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this could very well be your OS as much as your keyboard. Try another board for a few days and see if it still happens. IF not...you found your culprit. Replace the keyboard or look for updated drivers if they exist.
i had this prblem before, bought a new one thinking it was broken. Two
days after I got it i found a forum post from someone with this prblem
too and a solution they had was this;
to uninstall all the logitech software from the computer and then
unplug the keyboard from the USB and then uninstalling the keyboard frm
Device Manager. shutdwn, plug the USB back in and then startup again.
I tried it and it worked ! I'd just bought a new one for nothing :s
No solution here, but I'd like to second that I have a Saitek 1st gen keyboard. One day it began exhibiting the same problems that you are having. When moved to another computer it seemed to work for a month or so but then started acting up again. For my keyboard, it repeats the letters "a" "s" "m" and others. Not sure what is causing it. No spills on the keyboard and it is fairly clean.
Changing the default colour involves a little dis-mantling.
remove the screws from the back of the board. Carefully remove the rubber feet inserts too as there are 4 more screws under there.
Now remove the top section of the keyboard (the bit with the keys)
Lay the board down flat and you will notice where the usb cable comes in a circuit board. this has a connector with 4 wires attached to it on the left hand side. the wires are coloured red, grey, blue and black. Remove the connector and swap over the Blue and Red wires.
Re assemble the keyboard after reattaching the connector to the circuit board being VERY careful not to overtighten the screws.
Now at boot up the keyboard will by default be red.