Question about Logitech Ultra-Flat Keyboard
I have attached a Logitech Ultra-Flat Keyboard to mt Toshiba Satellite Laptop and whilst the keyboard is recognised on start-up (i.e.e able to enter password successfully via the keyboard) thereafter the system fails to recognise the keyboard is attached and all keyboard keys have no effect.
I am operating XP update with all current MS fixes including SP3.
Anyone got any suggestions (apart from buying another keyboard etc.........)
Found that the .exe file rundll32.exe was missing from C:\WINDOWS\system32 location but found another genuine Microsoft created copy in another directory and copied it across the the directory listed above.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
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