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Logitech G15 keyboard problem


Graham.

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I have installed Windows 7 64bit. The Logitech G15 keyboard is causing a problem - with drivers from the Installation CD, the LCD display doesn't work, but the G keys do.

With the Windows 7 64bit drivers downloaded from Logitech, the LCD screen is OK, but the G keys give double or treble outputs.

Is there a solution?

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PP321

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PP321

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Edit, just noticed youve allready downloaded them, they worked fine on my g15 and i was having the EXACT problem your now havin.

Maybe completely uninstall the software and keyboard and then re install?

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Graham.

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I've downloaded the driver again. I don't get an uninstall option on the CD, how do I do that?

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Graham.

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Got it, Control Panel, Add/Remove.

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Graham.

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Many thanks, that seems to have done the trick. I'll give it a good test later.

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Graham.

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All seems OK now. I had raised the issue with Logitech, I have now suggested that they add the uninstall instruction to their update section. Customer feedback, eh?

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Graham.

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Occasionally on Startup, the Macro buttons are not active and I have to open and close the Profiler. This also happens on Vista.

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