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Logitech cordless keyboard types

Had to reinstall Windows XP Professional.
Now the Logitech cordless keyboard types as above - the " key actually types @, and vice versa.
Help please ?

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  • mco3 May 12, 2008

    Thnaks for that advice - but I have since found that the system had selected a US keyboard. When I changed that to English (UK) - even though I am very Irish - it worked. Keyboard now OK. Thanks anyway.



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Usually there is a way to install back to factory setting. Ctrl + Alt +suspend macro. Logitech may have this combination not sure what it might be. Look at suspend macro keys or remapping of keyboard fora solution from logitech. Otherwise you may have to take the batteries out and leave them out for a short time then try to reboot to the receiver and see if this works.

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