Microsoft has recently announced its latest operating system Windows 11. This new Windows update is available to download for free on Windows 10. Users can upgrade to Windows 11 from the Settings app. Now many users have complained about the Logitech keyboard not working issue on Windows 11 and also Windows 10. If you are using Windows OS for a long time then you know, Windows requires specific drivers to connect external devices like keyboard, mouse, and graphic card.
Logitech designs many wireless keyboards and mice for gaming and normal use. Each keyboard and mouse has its own drivers that you have to install on your Windows machine. If you are using a wireless mouse and keyboard then you also have to install wireless network drivers along with keyboard drivers.
If you are facing issues with the Logitech mouse then follow this guide.
If your drivers are corrupted or outdated then you can face issues like this.
This Logitech keyboard keys not working issue can also occur due to old Windows registry errors and outdated Windows version.
How to Solve Fix Logitech Keyboard Not Working
In this article, we are going to guide you to fix the Logitech keyboard and mouse not working issue on Windows 10.
Method 1: Reset your Logitech Keyboard
The first method to fix the mk710 keyboard not working issue is to reset your keyboard using the button on the keyboard receiver or the keyboard. It will fix other issues like keyboard losing connection or keyboard key not working.
Step 1: Turn off the button for few seconds.
Step 2: Now restart your PC and connect the USB receiver again.
Step 3: Now turn on the receiver and connect your keyboard to your PC.
It will fix issues with your Logitech keyboard.
Method 2: Reconnecting Bluetooth Keyboards
If you are using your Logitech keyboard via Bluetooth connection, then reconnecting can fix this issue.
If your keyboard or receiver doesn’t have a reset button, you can manually reset it using Windows 10 device settings. Follow these steps:
Step 1: Open Windows settings with Windows + I button and then go to Devices.
Step 2: Here, you can see all connected devices. To remove the device, click on it and then choose Remove.
Step 3: Restart your PC. When your PC turns on, it will automatically scan for a new device and connect it.
Now try to use your Logitech keyboard. It should work now.
Method 3: Resetting the Logitech Folio
If you are using a Logitech Folio keyboard with your iPad, then follow these steps:
Step 1: Go to settings on iPad and then go to Bluetooth.
Step 2: Click on the i button on the keyboard and then choose “Forget This Device“.
Step 3: Now restart your keyboard with the On and Off switch. Also, press Home + O keys and release them.
Step 4: Again, press and release the Home + B keys. All LED lights on the keyboard will blink, and now again, restart your keyboard. Now your keyboard is reset.
Method 4: Uninstall Keyboard Driver
As we mentioned earlier, outdated drivers can also cause this problem. To fix this issue, you have to uninstall the old Logitech keyboard driver on Windows 10 & 11 and install a new one.
Step 1: Open the Start Menu and then search for Device Manager.
Step 2: Expand the Keyboard section and then find Logitech drivers.
Step 3: Now, right-click on it and choose Uninstall. Remove your keyboard from the PC.
Step 4: Once removed, restart your PC and then reconnect your keyboard again.
Your Windows 10 and Windows 11 OS will automatically find and install the latest Logitech keyboard drivers and fix the issue.