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I got an Azerty (Belgian) Logitech G110. recently, my keyboard got the issue where my capital 'S' only works when I use Caps Lock. Shift+S no longer does anything.

I noticed the problem starting on the 23rd, but it could originate earlier. it also occurs when using a selective start with only windows services enabled.

I installed the following software in the past month

  • Adobe Reader XI
  • Nvidia Driver 331.82
  • Assassin's Creed IV
  • Punkbuster (comes with the above game)
  • Nvidia Virtual Audio 1.2.9
  • Nvidia Geforce Experience 1.7.1
  • Open AL
  • Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition
  • The secret World
  • Torchlight 2
  • PhysX 9.13

Any idea on what causes this and how to fix it?

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When doing a selective start, also select the Logitech service. If that doesn't work, try launching LGDCore.exe as an administrator (Probably in c:\program files (x86)\Logitech\...). This doesn't appear to be an uncommon problem, and most solutions relate to upgrading the driver. In your case, the driver is probably fine, but disabling the service or startup registry sequence doesn't allow it's interpreter software to run automatically. – Mat Carlson Nov 27 '13 at 17:42
Considering you are a gamer, do you use any key re-mapping tool? – tumchaaditya Nov 27 '13 at 17:48
I don't use key remapping software apart from the Logitech Gaming software, and I installed that after I noticed the issue. and I cannot find the file mentioned by @matcarlson. I'll try to run the device manager driver update to see if that helps anything. – Nate Kerkhofs Nov 27 '13 at 17:56
Update: it cannot find any more recent drivers for my keyboard. – Nate Kerkhofs Nov 27 '13 at 18:04
I'd reinstall the driver package - Download it from Logitech's site or from Azerty. Logitech has a multilingual installer. – Mat Carlson Nov 27 '13 at 18:16

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