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Very good question! Most any piece or hardware or peripheral, will come with a cd of drivers and software, if you have misplaced or lost this disc, you can obtain drivers and software for free, direct from the manufacturer's site, just go there and click on the support link, enter in the model number, and download your free drivers!
Just go out to Logitech's site, select the mouse that you have and download the drivers. Here is the link to the mouse support site, http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/support_downloads/downloads/mice/&cl=us,en
Uninstall the Keyboard driver. Unplug the Logitech keyboard. Restart the computer. Plug the Logitech keyboard back into the computer. Windows should recognise the keyboard and/or the mouse. Place Logitech setup disk in drive. Reload the drivers...
The drivers sometimes corrupt themselves.. You might download the latest drivers for your keyboard/mouse.
You have to go to each of the companies websites and download the drivers from there. I did the first one for you, here is the website for the keyboard: http://www.a4tech.com/ennew/downloads.asp
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Here's a few generic troubleshooting steps for a wireless keyboard you can go through.
I assume its RF wireless since you did not mention Bluetooth. It operates at 27Mhz which makes it susceptible to interference from common consumer electronics, so make sure area is clean of any electronic devices.
Some wireless keyboard models provide a channel selection switch to switch to other channels to escape interference
Having the wrong driver or missing Driver will cause it to not work. Go to device manager, find your keyboard device, right-click on it and update driver. Also you can uninstall the driver, then reboot and plug and play should pick it up and load driver. Or re-install original driver if it was on a disc. Driver is important so do all you can with the options you see. Well that's it, good luck, and let me know how it turned out.
Just go to http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/mice_pointers/mice/&cl=us,en and look for your mouse by model, choose driver that is appropriate for your windows system and download it, install it and follow the directions, then when you plug in the cordless mouse receiver the driver should be installed and it should work with no further need to do anything else..