Question about Logitech Cordless Desktop S 510
I have the same problem. I suspect this situation occurs because the encryption is messed out (as you know, the Logitech wireless kb come pre-connected and with encryption enable). How did I get to this conclusion? Because only work the special keys that doesn't need encryption (media player, scroll, suspend, etc). More over, When the computer is starting, I keep pressing any key repeatedly and the computer emits an error beep. This led me to think that the computer receives the key signal but doesn't 'understand' it because is encrypted. Maybe the encryption passphrase is corrupted. I will try to find a way to disable the encryption
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
Ya same problem here too. i fixed the problem by buying a non logitec keyboard
Posted on May 13, 2008
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