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Logitech wireless keyboard doesn't respond

I tried your solution but my keyboard still doesn't respond. Nothing happens when I type--the cursor remains stationary. The mouse works, though.

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  • ramaswami May 28, 2008

    This didn't work either, so I guess the keyboard is defective. Thanks so much for your help, though.

  • thargor Jun 30, 2008

    Whenever I restart my computer, the keyboard screws up. I can use the function keys on the side (I'm using a Logitech EX110 keyboard) but no other keys will work leaving me unable to type.



    This problem has arisen before, however last time i was able to fix it by pressing the connect button on the keyboard and receiver repeatedly. As of yet this has not worked again. Note that the keyboard is connected.



    Any ideas would be appreciated.

    Cheers

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Ok, try this. Remove the batteries from the keyboard, just type anything randomly for about a minute on the k/b keys (doesnt have to make sense) Just press as many keys as you can. This will discharge the capacitors and reset the k/b. Reinsert the batteries, making sure they are in the correct alignment (try to use new batteries if you can) and connect to reciever. Press the connect button on receiver first, and then press the connect button under the keyboard.

If that still doesn't work, then your keyboard is most likely defective. Make sure you have reinstalled the k/b software first from Logitech..

Posted on May 28, 2008

  • Swilin Sampson
    Swilin Sampson Jun 15, 2008

    Hello,



    Kindly close this thread with a “Fixya” rating if you have been able to
    fix the problem, so that I can remove it from my work queue.



    If the issue is not resolved, please post back with latest developments, what
    steps you took, etc. and I will assist you further as best I can.




    Thank you for understanding,

    IrishDruid




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I also had a non-responsive keyboard that worked for a couple of days after installing. I purchased the unit over a year ago due to a great price. Since it was most likely out of warrantee and new batteries did not help, I open the unit and found a cracked solder connection on the positive battery terminal. I re-soldered the connection and it now works great.

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