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Logitech wireless keyboard S 510 Computer won't recognize it yet has worked in the past I changed the batteries with no luck The mouse also goes unrecognized

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Do you have the CD drivers for the keyboard? Make sure that everything is in working order, try using this hardware in another computer to see if it works. Make sure that the usb dongle is working fine also, there should be a reset button in the bottom of the keyboard and the mouse, if the usb dongle to send the signal to the keyboard have a press on button, do so so that it can search for the signal, when it flashes the light real fast, then press the reset button in the keyboard and the mouse.

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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Hello,

I have this same keyboard/mouse set and love/hate it when the batteries die. After you change the batteies, power on your pc, press & hold the connect button on the bottem of the keyboard first and then the connect button on the transmitter. Release them and wait for a few seconds. Repeat the same steps for the mouse.

When I have connection issue with this keyboard after new batteries, I have found most of the time the problem is the connection to the pc and/or batteries in wrong. Good Luck

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