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How to reset your Logitech Wireless Keyboard

How to reset your Logitech Wireless Keyboard
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If you are attempting to use your Logitech keyboard to type something and it has all of the sudden stopped working, do not be alarmed as this is a common issue with a number of potential solutions. To determine how to remedy your Logitech wireless keyboard, you must first identify the main cause of the problem.

Logitech Keyboard not working because of the battery

If your Logitech keyboard is not performing, it might be due to battery problems. Logitech wireless keyboards have a long battery life, which can vary depending on the type of batteries and the usage of the keyboard. Weak batteries are the most common reasons for a Logitech keyboard to suddenly cease functioning. You can fix this issue by switching off the keyboard, turning it over and taking out the battery compartment. Place the batteries back and then switch the keyboard on again. Your Logitech keyboard should begin working. If you observe that the batteries are being drained quickly in your keyboard, you may think about using better quality alkaline batteries as they tend to persist for a longer duration.

USB Ports

Logitech wireless keyboards depend on a USB receiver for operation. If the USB port is malfunctioning, the receiver will not be able to function correctly and, thus, your Logitech keyboard will not be operational. You can normally resolve this issue by removing the receiver and plugging it into a distinct USB port. If your keyboard is now functioning, you will know that the earlier port is not working. If the keyboard still is not operating, attempt connecting another apparatus to either of these USB ports. If that device works, you will be aware that the USB port is not the source of the issue.

Issues with Receiver

Your Logitech wireless keyboard may be accompanied by either a standard USB receiver or a Unifying receiver. If the receiver stops functioning, it can lead to your Logitech keyboard not working either. You can identify the two receiver types by examining the receiver closely. If it has an orange box with a black star inside, it is a Unifying receiver. On the other hand, if your receiver does not feature the symbol, then it is a standard receiver. It is not possible to replace a standard receiver, so if it has stopped working, you will need to purchase a new wireless keyboard with a new receiver.

Unifying receivers are replaceable and can be reprogrammed to be compatible with any Unifying mouse or keyboard. You can buy a replacement receiver from Logitech or online electronics stores. To reprogram your device, you must obtain the Unifying software from Logitech’s website and launch it. From there, follow the instructions on the website to sync the receiver with your keyboard.

Driver Issues

Malfunctioning of your Logitech wireless keyboard might be caused by an outdated or incorrect driver. To counter this, you can reinstall the driver. You can start by clicking the “Start” button, then select “Control Panel” which will be followed by “Device Manager.” From there, double-click on the keyboard device and click the “Driver” tab. Click the “Update Driver” button to get the newest version of your keyboard driver. In case Windows is unable to find the best version of the driver, you may have to download and install the driver from Logitech Support. Don’t forget to restart your PC after installation and your wireless keyboard should be back to its normal functioning.

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