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I bought a Logitech MK300 keyboard/mouse, and I'm trying to use them on a 64-bit Windows 7 PC.

When I connect the USB-receiver, Windows is trying to install it but gives me the error message: "no driver found". I tried to download SetPoint 4.80, but that didn't help.

I have rebooted the computer several times, tried different USB ports, and have also tried many different mice from Logitech. None of this works.

Does anyone have any suggestions for how I can fix my problem?

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  1. Remove the USB receiver from your computer & uninstall whatever SetPoint software you had installed prior.
  2. Go here and select "SetPoint 64-bit" and download the software.
  3. Once the software is done downloading, install it.
  4. Once the software is finished installing, insert the USB receiver into a known-working USB port on your computer.
  5. It should work from there, but you might need to sync the mouse to the computer (usually with a little red button on both the receiver and the mouse).
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