When I plug in a Logitech wireless keyboard, model Y-RH35 into my Windows 7 machine, it installs the necessary drivers for the receiver, but the computer still doesn't receive the keypresses from the keyboard.

The keyboard works without issue on Linux.

How can I make the keyboard work on Windows 7?

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In order for the keypresses to be recognized, install Logitech SetPoint. This will also allow the use of the special buttons, such as the volume up/down and home buttons.

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