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Logitech wireless keyboard stopped working

Posted on 2007-04-11
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I have a logitech wireless mouse and keyboard and am using it on a windows 2000 machine.  It was working fine for a year now.  All of a sudden the keyboard wont work anymore.  The mouse works but not the keyboard.  I have tried a few steps with no luck.  I have tried switch to new batteries, I tried to unplug and plug it back in, I've tried reconnecting it several times but only the mouse will connect and work.  1 key on the keyboard does work and that is the key to put the computer in standby.  There is a light with a battery by it, it lights up when trying to connect, should that be lit up all the time?  
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first, check your batteries, if they still are ok (1.5 V)
then reconnect properly.
if still not ok, try on another pc
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The keyboard seems to be faulty.  I replaced the keyboard and everything is working fine.
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ok thanks for the info
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