michael123nl Posted December 31, 2015 Share Posted December 31, 2015 Dear forum members, I've just received my K70 an hour ago and was excited to plug it in when I realized my Windows doesn't recognize the keyboard. I've trying plugging it in every USB port possible with every combination (3.0-2.0, 2.0-2.0, 3.0-3.0 etc) but with no succes. It apperently doesn't work in BIOS either. I've tried every BIOS option on the switch on the back but yet again, with no avail. Tried updating all my drivers, uninstalling them and then reinstalling them again. Starting my PC without KBM plugged in or going full-desperate mode and blowing in the USB ports which didn't work (duh). I am using a Logitech wireless receiver as I still have my wireless mouse. Might it be a conflict between the receiver and the keyboard? Is it because I bought this keyboard with a 60 euro discount and the people who I bought it from just threw this defective K70 in the box? I see that the braiding was a bit damaged already when I received it. Or is it maybe my own PC's fault? I do not have any devices other than my own PC to test my keyboard on. If any of you know a fix for my problem, it would be highly appreciated :biggrin:. EDIT: So after messing around I now see this: https://gyazo.com/eb35157a7389d53d6855106ebbe605f3 On the left there's yellow triangle on the Corsair Virtual Input Device saying theres no driver and on the right there is a HID-Keyboard again, saying there's no driver. EDIT: This K70 just has been an indirect cause of my motherboard/PSU dying... great! And now the RMA's and e-mails are delayed cause of the holidays it will take a few weeks which I need to wait without my computer. A keyboard has caused me this much problems. Knew I should've gone for an XTi or a 6gv2. This is depressing. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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