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Connecting a logitech to my new hp

How do I connect a logitech to my new hp home computer

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  • gerard0521 Nov 03, 2007

    if I had the booklet then I wouldn't be contacting this site for assistance

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READ THE BOOKLETS THAT CAME WITH YOU PRODUCT AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS

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