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« on: August 03, 2010, 08:54:58 PM »

So I've recently run into a problem. i think its drivers? but I'm not sure. I have a universal keyboard for my Mac and my PC. I've been using it for almost a year now and no problem. But starting 2 days ago it randomly started just constantly inputting the letter "T" and won't let me type or anything. If I reinstall the drivers it works for awhile. Thats how I'm typing now. If I plug it into my Mac I have no issues with it ever. So I don't think its the keyboard itself. The keyboard I have is this guy here...

http://www.logitech.com/en-us/keyboards/keyboard-mice-combos/devices/4677

I run windows XP. Any other info you need just let me know...

thx for any assistance!
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« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2010, 12:10:42 AM »

Does your system recognize your keyboard while you boot?
Do you see "Keyboard error' at the system start-up?
If it is recognized by the system try going in the device manager (Right-click 'My computer", Proprieties,go on the Hardware tab and choose "Device Manager") :

Find "Keyboards" in Device manager

it shows your keyboard model (ex: "Standard 101/102-Key or Natural PS/2 Keyboard") try right clicking and "Uninstal" it's driver, then reboot.

Wait for Windows to install the new hardware (Keyboard), or if your keyboard came with a CD or diskette instal from there. Reboot again

Check the MFR's website for updated drivers
The drivers for that model are here >> http://www.logitech.com/en-us/433/4677?section=downloads&bit=&osid=1
Choose your OS then either SetPoint 6.15

The drivers should stick
You switching between your MAC and Windows PC's will not effect the keyboard
Just let each PC load the drivers
If its still doing it.. check your connections & batteries(if there are any)
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