But when I ran the the Unifying software as administrator, it worked perfectly. Try that if you haven’t. Archived from the original on 4 March Orphaned articles from April All orphaned articles. Last Device Instance Id: You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number.

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If you do so, you may find that your Logitech devices no longer operate, and you have to drag out your ancient USB mouse and keyboard from storage to uninstall and reinstall the Unifying Software and re-do your pairing from scratch. Bluetooth adapters use the industry standard Bluetooth stack.

Logitech unifying receiver doesn’t work following Windows 10 – Microsoft Community

Retrieved inifying February ErnestMcDowell Replied on October 4, This web page from Logitech’s website shows that the original Unifying software, which dates back keyboaddis supported on Windows In reply to BulldogXX’s post on October yid, I reverted to windows 7 and it immediately worked fine with no intervention.

This thread is locked. Add full support for Logitech Unifying receivers”. Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services.

Logitech devices are incompatible with many of these “off brand” receivers, though some are expressly designed as inexpensive alternatives to the Logitech Unifying receiver that can be paired with Logitech devices. Hardware manufacturers choose whether to support Windows 10, not the other way around.


However, with these tools a separate firmware binary is still required.

Logitech unifying receiver doesn’t work following Windows 10 upgrade.

Please introduce links to this page from related articles ; try the Find link tool for suggestions. System has a logitech unifying receiver which runs the bluetooth keyboard, mouse and media pad. After multiple attempts, my fix cojpliant to connect two logitech usb unifying receiver then the ccompliant pop-up allowing you to pair the second device. I have the same issue and I finally figure out how to pair multiple logitech device on windows Mousejacking, first reported by Bastille Networks, Inc.

Thanks for marking this as the answer. I was nervous when I got the first warning.

Logitech HID-compliant Unifying keyboard drivers for Windows 10 x64

I tried it on other windows 10 machines and got exactly the same failure in every case. Did this solve your problem?

The system is tied into part of the TV system and it’s not feasible unfiying run it with wired keyboard and mouse. In addition, many companies have made USB wireless receivers very similar to Logitech’s, though it is unknown if Logitech has taken legal action against these companies or even if Loyitech holds a patent for the technology. A few days ago my Windows 10 announced that is had upgraded, and in the days that followed repeatedly updated.


I have been searching for hours since my fresh install, and nothing is working. Installing the software by itself will not pair your device you have to force windows 10 to recognize that you have multiple devices and you want to use it with just one usb receiver.

These devices can be connected to multiple receivers simultaneously. Flashing on a Linux host via a hypervisor such as VirtualBox along with a Windows virtual guest image and Windows executable is also possible. I can speak from personal experience that my unifying receiver works fine in Windows I have tried downloading drivers from logitech but the receiver still won’t install.

Now that I have the extra usb, I can plug it into my other laptop and pair it as well so I can share my devices between two laptops not at the same time of course.

The latest firmware updates for Windows PCs and Macs can be found here. How satisfied are you with this response? BulldogXX Replied on April 7, Wireless devices using the Unifying Receiver are supported since Linux 3. Last Device Instance Id: