In device manager I see three keyboards. Just to make sure, reinstall the keyboard driver. 1. I have a Logitech wireless keyboard and a conventional USB keyboard attached (Win 7). The same procedure can be used to wake PC from sleep using the mouse. Just press any key on the keyboard. Unpair/repair or disconnect/reconnect hardware: If you have a Unifying receiver, identified by this logo, see Unpair a mouse or keyboard from the Unifying receiver . From control panel click on mouse. Keep other electrical wireless devices away from the USB receiver to avoid interference. Your computer may have encountered a system problem. It won't wake up until I lift the cover. As far as I know, I haven't changed any settings. I have a logitech wireless mouse and wireless keyboard. I have a brand new computer. In this case, that didn't make any difference. Issue. Make sure the device is fully charged (replace with new batteries if it's not a rechargeable device). This works in most cases, where the issue is originated due to a system corruption. If asleep, the computer will not wake up when I use either. Some time recently, I haven't been able to wake up the machine this way. That is unfortunate because I for one want to be able to wake up with the keyboard but not the mouse. Tick the check box "Allow this device to wake computer". Fix: Wireless Keyboard not Working on Windows If the issue is with your Computer or a Laptop you should try using Restoro which can scan the repositories and replace corrupt and missing files. Cannot prevent Logitech MX Master 3 mouse from waking the computer on mouse movement or click. Click OK. This should also be available for the keyboard if it is not set to wake the computer. Problematic USB receiver can also lead a wireless keyboard not working. I have to short press the power button on the computer. If the keyboard supports the feature, you will see the power management tab. The Keyboard item in Control Panel is not configured to wake the computer when you press a key on the keyboard. That's it. For anyone that has a Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse combo, according to Logitech, the only way to prevent the mouse from waking up your computer is to disable the wake in power management in both the mouse and the keyboard. You are using a portable or notebook computer that does not allow resume by using a Bluetooth device. If you are using a USB 3.0 port try plugging the device into a USB 2.0 port. The settings for both keyboard and mouse have Allow this device to wake the computer checked in Device Manager. Touching any key on either keyboard will wake the computer. Normally, to disable this behaviour you need to open Device Manager, open Mouse Properties, and disable "Allow this device to wake the computer" option in Power Management tab.. The mouse could still wake the computer with no issues. If the wireless still does not work the USB receiver becomes unusable and you should replace it with a new one. If possible, don't use a USB hub or other similar device. Plug the receiver into a different USB port on your computer. Check to be sure "Allow this device to wake computer" is enabled. 2. Select Logitech mouse, then click properties. If you are having problems waking a laptop by using a Bluetooth device. Wake PC From Sleep Using Mouse. The Logitech wireless keyboard ships with a standard USB receiver or a Unifying receiver. From now on, you can wake PC from sleep using the keyboard. But I don't want that. Wireless connection. Logitech wireless keyboard does not wake up computer Post by marlenejo » Sun Jul 19, 2015 1:45 pm Sorry if I post this problem somewhere before (cannot find it) but while I can wake up my computer in windows 7 from standby (dual boot) with my wireless keyboard, it has no effect in Mint kde. In mouse properties click on the Hardware tab. Laptop Model: HP 15t-J100 originally 8.1 pro upgraded to win10 last july. - HID Keyboard Device - HID Keyboard Device - Logitech HID-compliant Unifying Keyboard (Why three instead of two?) Remove the USB receiver and plug it into another usable USB port.