Ugh, that sounds horrible. You don't have any control over the OS at all? If you do, you might want to uninstall whatever is related to Logitech, and then re-install the motherboard drivers (chipset, primarily, and USB if there are some). You might also want to do a System Restore to revert the machine back to before you first installed this keyboard, so that you can at least use the machine properly.
My mother uses this same keyboard and has never experienced an issue with it, certainly not like this.
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