Question about Logitech MX5500 Keyboard/Mouse
From Logitech support:
The time and date on your MX 5000 keyboard display (LCD) is set automatically using the clock settings of your computer.
If the time or date is incorrect, you will need to adjust your computer's time and date settings. To set the clock on your computer, follow the instructions below for your operating system:
Setting time and date in Windows XP
If you don't have a copy of the software, try:
Hope this resolves your problem.
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