I know Shintaro is actively trying to help with this .. but I thought I might add something to see if it helps. ( I Did this with my onboard network card and it worked. to get the manufactures drivers to install I actually had t get the drivers from my Motherboard Manufacturer site...
No I don't have that particular keyboard.. sorry if it was assumed that I did ..
I DID read what you referenced from the Logitech forum.
What it seems like is that the K260 .. is a "combo set" (according to the Logitech site by searching for it on their site) .
It appears ( as you...
Regarding your Logitech keyboard..
If you have the Set Point software installed from Logitech(which I would recommend and I doesn't use a lot of resources) you can set the 'functions' of the hot keys. under "My Keyboard"settings.
For mine I have it set for MS Outlook (granted im also...
Try this http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/973256 or this http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/787867
OR a more recent post https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/970798
***Note I personally don't use Firefox for other than checking website creation compatibility...
If I may provide some help here as well :)
There IS a program (other than the one Trainableman has suggested .. which by the way are all good programs and he gives SOLID advice)
The one I will suggest is "a bit" on the "techie side of things" but if you have the right people...
Quite a few things things could cause this error..
Everything from Uninstalling a program or a driver to a possible malware/virus infection..
I'm sure other will chime in here with links and such to help with (if it is the case) malware/virus removal.
I would suggest a couple...
Personally .. I would SUGGEST .. Avast..
HOWEVER, MSE IS a good bit of software ... It's a light software ALTERNATIVE to 3rd party(Norton, mcafee, etc.) software ..
And yes .. take iSafe 'Out by its toenails" so to speak ..
TM has it right ;)
Thanks for the back up ;)
I was actually just "spit balling"
BUT it seened like the right aspect .. as I have had that happen my self on not just my computers but also for clients ..
Thanks again :)
After reading and re reading this ... I got me wondering .. if you have tried these disregard.
You said: "I checked for BIOS updates, I'm on the latest."
-Did you check within the BIOS to see what "level" of sleep or hibernate it's set to ?? And ALSO what will allow...
You page file is .. in simple terms .. where things are saved while being run to alleviate the stress on you hard drive OR memory .. OR your CPU..
This site explains it a bit better. It is geared to mostly older versions of Windows .. but I believe it still stands...
that Will ALSO depend...
Yes you will lose speed .. that is an obvious given ..... (USB 3.) has been tested time and time again to be about 2 to 3 times as faster as USB 2.0 which is also system dependent)
BUT that also will depend on WHAT you are transferring..
Since you said...
What type (make and model ) of printer/scanner do you have ??
The reason I ask, is on some occasions the printer/scanner software you get with it will have the file/program you need to covert the scanned image/document to a PDF.
I know with my printer (Kodak ESP3250) it...
I did some research regarding "native" USB support in Win 7. It SEEMS that some have had some good luck with it "direct out of the box" other have said that it takes the service pack .
The opinions are "across the board" depending on where you look. Some say yes .. some say no...