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    jamin86
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    Logitech MX5000 Bluetooth Keyboard / Mouse with OSX
    Hi All,

    I am hoping to switch to a macbook next month

    I tried out a friends mac mini and found that my printer and mx5000 keyboard wouldn't work,

    I eventually found drivers for the printer (though they were in Japanese) but i cant get the keyboard to work, it will detect and pair the keyboard without any error, but then it just ignored any key presses. Does anyone had any success getting this keyboard working on a mac? or have an idea of where i can find compatible drivers?

    Cheers, Ben

    PS Also, has anyone had any experiences syncing an 02 Xphone II or IIm or i-mate smart phone 3 using the 'missing sync' program?

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    Logitech MX5000 Bluetooth Keyboard / Mouse with OSX
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    Any USB keyboard should work without the need for drivers. As mundane as it sounds, I would simply suggest to try it again and make sure that the cable is securely attached.

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    Logitech MX5000 Bluetooth Keyboard / Mouse with OSX

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    i think he said the his keyboard is bluetooth.. other then that i cant help

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    jamin86
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    It is a blue tooth keyboard. It will see, pair and connect to the keyboard but any key presses are ignored.

    Quote Originally Posted by D3v1L80Y
    Any USB keyboard should work without the need for drivers.

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    Logitech MX5000 Bluetooth Keyboard / Mouse with OSX

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    If it helps I had the same problem with the keyboard so it is not your setup. The bluetooth connection works fine but the problem has to do with the actual keystroke signal over the bluetooth connection. I have been unable to fine a solution. The mouse that comes with the keyboard/mouse kit works fine.

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