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I have never heard of plugging in a keyboard to a TV direct usually there is a source that comes with a TV is that is the case your TV will have the proper connections to do this. I have never seen anything like this. Something new for me. I run a computer to my TV and the keyboard is plugged into my computer and video and sound are hooked to the TV that is all I know about that situation. I could be wrong here you will need a computer to do the keyboard hookup to visually see your computer operating system including the mouse and keyboard. Maybe someone else has a better solution.......John
this shoudl also be installed on your system if you installed setpoint. In the program files folder there is logitech inside that there shoudl be 2 setpoint folders. A and B. Look in B and the connectin utility should be in there.
1. Check the user manual and verify the supported Operating System (OS) of the wireless keyboard and mouse. The OS of your computer might not be supported.
2. Try connecting the USB donggle in to a known working USB port on your computer. Reboot the computer if the USB donggle is not recognized. It should be detected and the computer should install the necessary USB driver for the donggle.
3. Try to connect the USB donggle in a different computer to make sure that the Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse is working correctly. If the problem is isolated in your computer only, you may need to contact the reseller of your computer and ask them to check if the USB Legacy Support on your computer is enabled. USB Legacy Support should be enabled in your computer so that it could recognize most USB devices.
Try disconnecting the mouse and start again, I suspect a driver issue but with windows Vista that should not happen. But remove the mouse boot up, and try installing the drivers for the mouse before you connect it the the computer. This is a unusual case since Vista normal would detect the drivers automatically for you. Give me more info on this problem.
This will happens due to 2 reasons
1. Your memory is low.
2. Your system is infected with malware/spyware.
Check your CPU utilization in task manager. Should not utilize 100%.
For this you need to download Antimalware like malwarebytes and clean the entire system.
Or Have to increase the RAM.
Hope this will be usefull
Thanks & Regards
This problem was happening on my system but i managed to fix it easily! What has happened is your itouch software has become corrupt so it will only recognise your keyboard thus the usb connection. You will need to download/install off disc onto your computer again but do NOT go to uninstall program manager on windows as it will not appear there because even though you can access the itouch configuration panel, the database is corrupt and the administrative system will not recognise this. Just download/install via disc and it will just install with no alerts unlike most programs which will recognise the program is already installed onto the system. Once the setup is 92% it will freeze for a second then the found new hardware window will appear on screen go through that process and your mouse is back to normal and your keyboard will work via itouch software.
(Please note that this will only work on windows)