|Nov 16, 2012, 10:19 AM||#1|
Logitech K760 wireless keyboard and Windows 7
I recently bought a Logitech K760 wireless keyboard and so far it's been working great, except for when I pair it in bootcamp Windows 7.
Initially it worked fine, until my next bootup in Windows. It would not pair at all, even when removing the device and trying to add it again. After some testing I figured a way to pair the device again, by first removing/uninstalling it, then finding it under "Add devices" and going to properties then doing a check on "Drivers for keyboard, mice, etc (HID)". That now seems to be the only way to install the keyboard again (regular connecting procedures don't work).
The problem is that sometimes (over 50% of the times) I reboot into Windows after turning the computer off or being in OS X, I need to reinstall the keyboard again. Sometimes it just works and I can press the assigned key profile on the keyboard (it has 3 profiles) and it will work like it should, but mostly it won't pair and I'll have to repair them again. Sometimes the keyboard will just disconnect under use too and start lagging the computer for some reason, and I'll have to reinstall to fix it which is quite annoying.
So I was wondering if anyone has a fix/solution at hand? I think I've read about someone experiencing the same on a regular Apple Bluetooth keyboard, and their "fix" had been to connect through a bluetooth USB stick as it used a generic bluetooth driver. Perhaps the Apple bootcamp driver is the problem? Anyways I should say I'm using a 15" MacBook Pro Mid-2009 model. Thanks in advance for help.
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