When I connect the controller using USB the keyboard functions OK but the mouse wont work, When I connect using PS2 the mouse works but the keyboard doesn't. With both connected the mouse is OK but the keyboard won't function.
Did you read that the mouse does not work how do you click. If any industry did things the way the computer industry does, they would be out of business (and rightly so) in a week. Pretty cleaver to call a defective product a "bug"
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I have a problem in getting my keyborad to function, I am not sure if I am using the right Logitech cordless mouse. If it's not the right mouse with USB connection how can I resolve this proble?
The Cordless Keyboard is MX3200
It appears that you have an IBM desktop whose BIOS isn't capable of booting off of a USB keyboard and mouse device. Older computers used to require that a PS2 mouse and keyboard be attached before booting, to prevent you from booting a machine without any way of controlling it. You have 3 options:
1. leave the corded mouse and keyboard attached and never use them
2. update the BIOS for your desktop to the newest one in hopes that the updated BIOS will allow for USB mouse and keyboard operation
3. go to a computer store and get a PS2 to USB converter/adapter. They're small and relatively inexpensive. It plugs into the PS2 port, and makes your computer think that there's a PS2 device connected, when it's actually a USB device.
Of course you know to press the connection button on the receiver then on the keyboard.
Since setPoint is recognizing the connection I wonder do the multimedia and function keys work?
Do you have the the USB receiver for the KB/Mouse plugged into a hub or KVM switch? If so plug it directly into the back of the PC.
See this KB http://logitech-en-amr.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/logitech_en_amr.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=9247
hi im josh in cebu phils.may i help you friend? if the mouse wont work.there may be some problem on it. first check in the bios setting if the pheripherals mouse is enabled.enable it if not then check wether ps2 or usb is enabled it should be comaptible. try to see also in the my computer device manager if the mouse is present in connections. or try to check the connections in at the back of the cpu try to see if it is not loosen.firmly attached then reboot the pc.after rebooting if it still doesn;t work try to use another mouse if it works then the problem is your mouse try to secure new one. good luck. hope i helped you.
If you know the batteries are good, then turn the keyboard over and find the small reset/connect button and press it. This resets /connects the board to the receiver. If it still doesn work, press the button on the receiver and then the mouse. Hope this is of help to you. Bud
You're probably going to need a Desktop USB Extension stand or cable if, I assume, you have your keyboard USB Receiver plugged into the back USB port of your desktop. These extension stands often come with your cordless devices (i.e., I got one with my Logitech cordless mouse... I don't need it for my laptop, but I do when using my desktop PC). You can make your own extension by purchasing a "Male-to-Female" USB extension cable, 3 to 6 ft in length (or longer if you need it). Plug the cable into your desktop, place the female end of the cable near where your keyboard is, and plug your keyboard USB receiver into the female USB socket of your extension cable.