Posted: Mon Jul 26, 2021 4:38 pm
I did try a new cable. And it seemed to work at first. But eventually same result. It's not in a hub, but I will try another port.
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This seems to be working. I followed your instructions and turned it on and off a few times without big, bad blue rearing its ugly head. One step I was missing before was to make sure it was turned on before opening the device manager. So, it never showed up in the list. Once I added that simple step I was able to uninstall/reinstall it. I must be the Mayor of Simpleton. I'll keep testing it to make sure it's solid. Thanks guys!Acoustica Greg wrote: ↑Tue Jul 27, 2021 8:34 amHi,
You could go into Device Manager, uninstall the driver, and then allow it to install again.
1. Right-click on Windows start menu.
2. Select Device Manager.
3. Select Sound, Video and Game Controllers.
4. Right-click on the Keyrig 49 and uninstall it.
5. Restart your computer with the keyboard attached and allow Windows to install the driver again.