Question about Logitech Wireless Access Duo Optical Desktop Keyboard/Mouse KBWIREOPT
First, try to replace the batteries and make sure that the switch is turned ON. Then, check the wireless USB adapter if there is a small button that you use in order to connect the keyboard or mouse.
Briefly press that connect button, then hold down the connect button on the keyboard for five seconds. If that did not hep, try to connect the USB receiver into different USB ports of the computer, or might as well, try different computer just for isolation.
If the keyboard still does not work, but the mouse does, then there's a problem with the component on the keyboard that transmits signal from the keyboard to the USB adapter.
You may need to send the keyboard and USB adapter to the manufacturer for repair.
Thank you and good luck!
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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