Question about Logitech EX100 967499-0403 Keyboard
As you might know the EX-100 has a software glitch that makes F-lock off by default. Sometimes but not often it turns on after reboot. Is there a way to make a shortcut of some kind and turn it on in the registry ? Or does anyone have any other tips? And no I'm not buying a different keyboard, I've had lots of problems with keyboards(cheap strange brand crap) and this is my forth, thought I'd go with a Logitech, well known brand and all, but no no no PLZ help me ! ;)
If you have no use of the keyboards' special features you can uninstall Logitech Setpoint. I have tried that and everytime I boot the F led is on.
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
I ran into this problem today and had to get access to the function keys. In desperation I plugged in a spare, hardwired keyboard into the back of my laptop while leaving the wireless keyboard on and operable. It worked great! This however is unfortunate thing to do you have to use the F-keys daily and especially if you take your keyboard along with your laptop like I do but it works OK.
Posted on Mar 20, 2007
I just talked to the Logitech support on the phone, and they say it´s a software problem on this model. And the only way to fix it is to buy another model of keyboard. Too bad it was a while since I bought it and cant return it to the shop. And there´s no plans from Logitech to release an update of the software either. So think twice before you buy Logitech crap. I really love the feel of this keyboardm but with this shit... I aint gonna recommend Logitech to anyone.
Posted on Mar 20, 2007
First of all I justo bought this keyboard and I can't see the F-lock key anywhere so I can't use the F keys at all. Could you please help me? Where is the F-Lock key? Thank you
Posted on Feb 28, 2007
Well i had the same problem for an hour now and I fixed it by restarting windows and unplugging both the USB and PS2 cables. When windows started again the F LED on the receiver was turned on and the F-Keys were working. Btw before restarting I also removed the Logitech SetPoint Process from the Startup Tab in msconfig. To run msconfig, press Start>Run and type "msconfig".
Posted on Sep 11, 2007
I called customer service and they were able to help me out. Try to call them and they might be able to fix that for you. My function keys are working properly now.
Posted on Apr 16, 2007
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