Question about Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 3000 Keyboard/Mouse
My batteries are new, everything is connected and my keyboard keep stopping to respond (can't type anything) and then starts again, stops again.. Can anyone help?
Often this is simply because the radio link between the receiver and the mouse/keyboard has been broken. Some possible reasons for this are: flat batteries, insertion of new batteries, connector to the computer removed, etc.
In the first instance, you should restore the Logitech devices to a defined status (reset). To reset the device:
Remove the batteries from the mouse/keyboard for approximately ½ hour.
Press and hold the "Connect" button on the receiver for 15-20 seconds. Make sure that the receiver is connected, the PC is switched on and that there are no batteries in the devices. After resetting, insert new batteries and restore the connection as follows:
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
One solution given was to remove the batteries (if you had to replace them) then keep rattling upon the keyboard until all the capicitors are empty, (just ratlle for 2 / 3 minutes) then reinsert the batteries and try again if you can connect.
If you remove the batteries the capicitors are still loaded and this sometimes can cause detection problems when renewed batteries or it can cause the "Battery low" message not being reset.
Posted on Dec 02, 2007
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