How do you reset Logitech keyboard?

Answered by Douglas Hiatt

To reset a Logitech keyboard, follow these steps:

1. Start by turning off the keyboard. This can usually be done by flipping a switch on the back or bottom of the keyboard. Make sure the keyboard is completely powered off before proceeding.

2. Next, locate the ESC key on the keyboard. The ESC key is typically found at the top left corner of the keyboard, and it is usually labeled with the letters “ESC” or a small arrow pointing to the left.

3. Press and hold down the ESC key firmly. Keep holding the key down throughout the next step.

4. While still holding the ESC key, turn on the keyboard. This can be done by flipping the power switch back on or by pressing the power button, depending on the keyboard model. It is important to continue holding down the ESC key during this step.

5. After approximately five seconds, release the ESC key. At this point, you should see some flashing lights on the keyboard. The flashing lights indicate that the reset process has been initiated.

6. Give the keyboard a few moments to complete the reset process. The duration of the reset may vary depending on the keyboard model, but it typically takes a few seconds.

7. Once the reset process is complete, the keyboard should be back to its factory default settings. You can now use the keyboard as usual.

It is worth mentioning that resetting a Logitech keyboard will remove any customized settings or configurations you may have made. If you have specific customizations, such as programmable keys or lighting effects, you will need to set them up again after the reset.

If you encounter any issues during the reset process or if the keyboard does not reset properly, it is advisable to consult the user manual or contact Logitech support for further assistance. They will be able to provide specific instructions based on your keyboard model.

Please note that the steps provided here are general guidelines and may vary slightly depending on the specific Logitech keyboard model you have.