Featuring a thickness of just 1.1 inches and a Windows and Mac compatibility – the Logitech G110 Gaming Keyboard is a thing of beauty and functionality. As with most modern pieces of hardware, it’s vital to download the correct Logitech G110 drivers to get the most from the keyboard.
Logitech G110 Drivers
There are two ways to download and install the Logitech G110 Drivers. The first is to use the software contained within the CD provided. This software is compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista, 7 and 8 but there are options for using the keyboard with a Mac PC or laptop too.
The drivers contained within the CD will download automatically on Windows 7 and 8 operating systems – but manual installation may be necessary for older versions of Windows; particularly with Windows XP. Once the drivers have been installed, you’ll be able to use the G110 keyboard without delay.
If the CD isn’t available, or if no CD drive is present, then the next best option is to download the drivers via the Logitech website. It can be found by visiting www.logitech.com or www.support.logitech.com. Once on the site, users will have the option to select their hardware from a list, before selecting their operating system followed by a choice of 32/ 64-bit driver versions.
The driver can then be downloaded and installed on to the computer or laptop. Before installing the driver however, it’s important to minimize the risk of conflicts and corruptions. As drivers are free to install as and when users require them; Windows don’t include the package ready for installation as standard, so ensuring that the driver can install without error is best plan of action.
To avoid conflict and corruption, download the driver to a relevant folder and don’t alter the name of the file. Ensure that there are no duplicate drivers within the folder and then install the driver. Once installed, it’s a good idea to restart any laptop or PC so that the file can be placed within the operating system’s registry.
With all of the above taken care of, the Logitech G110 drivers should now be in place, and will activate automatically any time the gaming keyboard is plugged in for use. As the keyboard is designed for universal purposes (including word processing, application management and gaming), it can be left connected via USB and used in much the same way as a standard keyboard; albeit with several great features and functions.