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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 224248 9-Nov-2017 11:33
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My wireless keyboard is slow to respond.


Does not happen all the time eg as I type this it is working fine.


However at other times keystrokes take ages to appear(if at all)  and keyboard does not respond.


I have put in a fresh set of batteries, and my KB is sitting on top of my pc.


Any suggestions (I am using win 10) KB is a logitech K235





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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1898470 9-Nov-2017 18:48
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Could be interference with the usb dongle in a USB 3.0 port. I have had quite a few issues with Logitech unifying recievers and NUCs and needing to have them on an extender cable otherwise they play up.

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  Reply # 1898502 9-Nov-2017 19:57
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We've got a few of those at work that do this - it is interference. Put the dongle on a USB extension cable (and away from the PC) and it should be fine after that.


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1898540 9-Nov-2017 21:46
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It is noty usb 3.0 does it make any odds ?

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