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Keyboard stopped responding

I removed the used-up batteries and replaced with new ones. I tried to re-conect using the standard procedure mentioned at the back of the keyboard. It worked earlier, but this time it simply wouldn't budge. The mouse is working fine.It connects and disconnects using the same procedure. The green LED continues to blink even after pressing the "connect" button on the transmitter stand followed by another "connect" button at the back of the key board.

Battery replacement and conection using the connection procedure worked earlier. This time the keyboard didn't respond. What could be the problem ? Keed a soultion for this.

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Re: Keyboard stopped responding

Please re plug your cable from your usb point provided in pc.Which windows are u using if xp or vista it will re-detect.

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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:
  1. Press and hold the "Connect" button on the receiver for 1-2 seconds.
  2. Then immediately press the "Connect" button on the bottom of the mouse (locate this button before you start, all cordless mice have a "Connect" button)
  3. Move the mouse around to check that the connection is working correctly
  4. Press and hold the "Connect" button on the receiver again for 1-2 seconds.
  5. Then immediately press the "Connect" button on the bottom of the keyboard (locate this button before you start, all cordless keyboards have a "Connect" button)
  6. Use the keyboard to check that the connection is working correctly
  7. Both devices should now be working correctly
If one or both of these devices is still not working, try them on another compatible PC system to ensure that the fault does not lie with your PC system.

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