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Logitech keyboard notsupporting gigabyte motherboard forwindowsxp

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Hi,

You using a USB connection wtih a USB cable from Logitech? And, did you keyboard come with a USB to PS2 adapter plug.

Because you would have to use this adapter and then install the Logitech software, once that is done you can shut down and use the USB connector from that point onwards unless you would just feel more comfortable with the PS2 connector.

Otherwise you will need to borrow or use a PS2 keyboard boot up into Windows, install the logitech software, shut down and then try attaching your USB keyboard and you should be fine after that.

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