Out of the Blue

Unable to resolve the chattering "c" key on my mechanical keyboard, I bit the bullet and picked up a new one. Since I spend an extreme amount of time at the keyboard, I decided to go upscale, and bought a Corsair K95 RGB Platinum XT. This is a pricy, premium item, but I have to say I'm very impressed so far. It features CHERRY MX Blue switches, six dedicated macro keys, a padded palm rest, and a solid aluminum frame. It's got an incredible key action, terrific ergonomics, and the macro software, which I use, is much easier and more intuitive than my previous experience with Logitech keyboards. The only problem I've encountered is the macros didn't operate after a reboot until I futzed with things, but I was able to deal with it, and I don't reboot that often, anyway.

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Re: Out of the Blue Nov 5, 2020, 13:03
Nov 5, 2020, 13:03
 
Reset your wired keyboard
Most Corsair keyboards have a reset function for fixing unexpected issues.
If you have a K95 RGB Platinum or any MK2 keyboards:
Unplug the keyboard.
With the keyboard unplugged, hold down the ESC key.
While holding down the ESC key, plug the keyboard back into the computer.
Keep holding the ESC key until the keyboard begins to flash.
Unplug the keyboard again, then plug it back in.
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I'm sure you've tried the above and plugged into different usb ports as part of your troubleshooting. If you're still experiencing macro loss i would warranty replace it.
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