New Logitech diNovo Keyboard for Notebooks seems dead ?!? [SOLVED]
billlinux at rogers.com
Wed Aug 11 23:20:56 UTC 2010
On Sun, 2010-08-01 at 19:23 -0400, William Case wrote:
> On Mon, 2010-08-02 at 00:03 +0200, Frode wrote:
> > William Case skrev:
> > > Hi;
> > Hi. I've used one for years without any problems, so if they haven't
> > changed anything in it, you could have a faulty one. I take it you have
> > syncronized the transceiver and keyboard? (If you haven't, press the
> > connect button on the tranceiver first, then the keyboard/mouse.)
> Must be faulty. The packaging was suspicious, although its a shop I have
> dealt with for years. The only transeiver I received was USB antennae
> 'thingy' -- no connect button. The wireless mouse purchased separately
> works fine included the transceiver. Double checked the manual for the
> keyboard and shows no instructions for synchronizing the transceiver and
> keyboard. Doesn't work in WindowsXP either although all the drivers are
> loaded and upgraded.
> Thanks for the suggestions. I'll take the keyboard back and see if they
> can find out what is wrong with either the keyboard or the operator.
Just because I think it is unfair not to mention how things get
resolved. I have followed threads in the past that never seem to have
reached a conclusion.
Took the keyboard back. The USB antenna/transceiver/dongle was dead.
Got a new transceiver plugged it in and everything worked. On closer
examination of the packaging, it was obvious the keyboard had been
previously purchased, returned, repackaged, restocked and sold to me.
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