Question about Logitech MX3000 USB PS/2 Wireless Keyboard/Mouse

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Logitech mx3000 keyboard

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I have a logitech mx3000. I had to put new batteries in the mouse yesterday and that was fine. I also swapped the batteries in the keyboard and put a fresh set in. This morning I log onto my machine and find that the mouse works but the keyboard doesn't. The function keys work but the main body of the keyboard doesn't. I've reset the base station and re-connected the mouse and keyboard but still don't get any response from the main keyboard.

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  • RR Director Apr 14, 2008

    Did the same as the person who first posted this problem. Repleced batteries in keyboard and it doesn't work. Can't even get the "Control/Alt/Del function to work so I can log on. However, I can push the "sleep" button on the keyboard and my computer will go into sleep mode. Tried all the things the other person did and as instructed on Logitech support, but no success. Please help.



    Thanks, Bill

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Normal 0 Press the Receiver button (and the lights will start flashing.
Then if the Keyboard isn't working, press the small RESET/CONNECT button on the back of the board to connect the keyboard to the receiver.


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