1Sascha Posted August 20, 2013 Share Posted August 20, 2013 First post here, so hiya all! :) Got a minor issue with my K90 ever since I switched to a new system and Win 8 64 about a week ago. As I did on my old systen, I (re-)flashed the K90 with the latest firmware (1.36), then installed the driver (220.127.116.11 061113.exe). Did all this with the "Run as administrator"-command, BTW. And right after that, the keyboard functions normally. Software runs in the background, comes up on click and works to program macros. Additional buttons and the volume knob also work fine. However: Once I restart / shut down and start again, the additional functions (most importantly mute-button and volume control) no longer work. Everything else seems ok.. LEDs are on and can be dimmed and the keyboard itself functions of course (typing on it right now :) ). I can temporarily fix this by uninstalling the driver and re-installing it, but that fix will only last until the next re-boot. I've also noticed that the K90 doesn't *really* show up in the relevant HW-sections of Win8 (device-manager/control-panel's "keyboard"-section). All I see here under "keyboards is 3x "HID-Keyboard" and my Razer Taipan mouse. When I go into the keyboard-section properties and click on the "hardware"-tab, I'm (again) getting 3x HID-keyboard. The first two are listed as generic standard-keyboards. The second to last on that list has these properties: Manufacturer: (standard keyboard) Location: corsair gaming keyboard Status: Device working properly (or something like that, re-translating here, since I'm working on a German version of Win8). Shouldn't Win recognize the K90? And why do I keep losing the additional functions and is there a way to fix this? Oh, BTW: The K90 is connected via two USB 3.0 sockets, directly on the MB. Thanks for your help. S. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.