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My relative's old PC Computer would not boot up. Put new batteries in the logitech keyboard, and now the computer boots up -- but the keyboard won't work. What do I do to make the keyboard work again?
You may need to reinstall the drivers for the keyboard, they should have came on a CD with the keyboard, you may also be able to download the correct driver from Logitech's website. Try searching for 'logitech keyboard drivers' in Google or visit Logitech's own website.
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Posted on Nov 29, 2007
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