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Just a thought--try this. Go into the device manager and delete all the USB ports. Don't worry--they will be reinstalled on restart. Sounds like there is something having to do with them that is confusing the computer. Just right-click on My Computer (or Computer in Win 7), choose properties and then click on device manager to get there.
I have a Logitech cordless mouse but had a problem recently. It fell on the ground and the batteries fell out. Put them back in, the mouse came back on but didn't work. Pushed the button on the mouse several times, no luck. The light at the receiver was always blinking whenever I pushed the button on the mouse, so I assumed that should work. After a few tries, I ended up pushing the button at the receiver and low and behold, the mouse was working again. Have been using this mouse for years, had that problem only one.
Check to make sure you resync the keyboard. Some times, when a wireless keyboard or mouse loses signal, you have to press a "Sync" button on the receiver (or device) to restore the connection. Some of the newer mice and keyboards from Logitech resync automatically, it just depends on what brand and model you have.
I hope this helps! If you're still unable to get it to reconnect, you're probably dealing with a malfunctioning keyboard. Check into the warranty!
This is sort of general but it just may
Make sure your batteries are in
Make sure the transmitter dongle is in
Look on the transmitter and the mouse
itself (bottom) for a little tiny
button that says connect
or reconnect. Move the mouse about six
inches away from
the transmitter and press both the
transmitter and the mouse.
That should reestablish the signal
twixt the two.(or three KB)
You need to synchronize the connection again. there should be a reconnect button on the bottom side of the mouse and keyboard. mostly green in color. press that and within 30 sec. press the reconnect button on the receiver. that should fix the problem.