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wondergod

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Just wanted to share my experience with my Logitech Mx Duo in case anyone else if having an issue.

I have Mac OsX 10.4.7 installed and if I used the LCC21.dmg from logitech's site the keyboard preference panel wouldn't open.

I finally found this...

ftp://ftp.logitech.com/pub/techsupport/mouse/mac/

First uninstall any LCC you have installed and reboot...Download the 'lcc20.dmg' and install. Now everything is working and I can change my media keys.

EDIT: Sorry forgot to mention the LCC does not support all logitech devices however it does support ones not listed on the Logitech page so its worth trying...

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Thanks for this information, can help me in the future :angel:

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thanks for sharing, i try to night, whats your connection interface, USB or PS/2

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I have the same problem LCC 2.1 needs a kernel newer than 10.4.4 or maybe does some EFI checks, the problem with LCC 2.0 is that my logitech mouse hangs so I had to use LCC 2.1, everything works except that I can't configure the keys for something else.

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Just :( ! Finaly got all buttons on my MX1000 working, and my media keyboard.



For thos who would like to know: I'm using the USB-connections for both mouse and keyboard.

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I use USB, because its ITS 2006 AND ITS ALL ABOUT UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS!! :sorcerer:

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does not work for my LX500 cordless set :D

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Didn't help me with my S510 Desktop, doesn't recognise it as a Logitech device.

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Well this doesn't work with my Media Keyboard Elite. :D Back to looking for a way to get my extra keys to work.





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