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  1. Just replaced a K55 which decided for no reason to break and just spam random keys so have lost the dedicated media buttons. Pressing FN and any action does nothing! I have icue installed and the firmware for the KB is up to date. PS I bought a harpoon mouse for gaming... its crap had to go back to my razor abyssys, anyone know of a corsair mouse that feels and works like my razor?
  2. 我最近才買k60 rgb pro,一開始安裝時都沒問題,但當我打開icue的裝置設定裡的認體本更新,我的鍵盤只要設定燈光效果,就會持續發出鳴叫聲,拔掉連接電腦的usb也會一直叫,不知該如何處,希望知道如何解決這問題。
  3. I believe the K60 Low Profile is not supported on iCue yet, is there a plan for it to be supported? The compatibility list hasn't been updated since November so wasn't sure if it had been added in newer builds since then?
  4. Bonjour, J'ai tout récemment acquis un clavier Corsair K60 RGB PRO. Une fois branché, j'ai installé iCUE et celui-ci fonctionne bien. Cependant, lorsque je joue à Lol par exemple, le clavier ne répond pas toujours lorsque j'appuie sur des touches. Je vais devoir appuyer 3-4 fois sur le "A" pour que la touche fonctionne et que le clavier réponde en jeu. Des fois, ma souris va également commencer à avoir des bugs et ne pas répondre lors des clics par exemple. Pendant toute une partie partie par exemple, la touche "R" ne répondait pas. Je n'avais jamais eu ces problèmes auparavant. J'ai bien les dernières Maj de W10. J'ai essayé de réinitialiser avec la touche "échap" mais ça ne change rien. J'ai aussi essayé plusieurs ports USB en vain. Pensant à une défaillance du clavier, je suis également déjà retourné auprès du distributeur pour l'échanger avec un autre mais même problème. Avec ou sans iCUE d'ouvert, ces soucis persistent aussi. Avez-vous une idée d'ou pourrait venir le soucis, je suis à cours d'idées. Merci d'avance.
  5. Well, i have an old k60 and need the firmware, but the corsair site looks like want erase this product from history, someone has a copy? thanks in advance!
  6. Dear Corsair. I have an old Corsair Vengeance K60 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard as my backup keyboard and that's not detectable in Windows 10 or Windows 7 and by that have it's own life as it doesn't work as it should. I know Corsair use to come out with good products as I'm a great fan you Corsair, but in this case It vent little of track so to say. Wish you at least could come up with some software that straighten things up so I don't feel like I waste my money on something useless. Thank You.
  7. Congratulations on your new Corsair Vengeance gaming peripheral! Now that you've got it out of the package the first thing you'll want to do is download and install the latest firmware and software and I'm here to show you how. It's easy to do, and everything you need can be found on the product page for your Vengeance mouse, keyboard, or headset on Corsair.com. I promise you'll find this to be a painless process, that ensures you're up to date with the latest features and bug fixes. The example I'll be using today is for the Vengeance M90 MMO and RTS Laser Gaming Mouse. Go ahead and navigate to the appropriate product page (M90 can be found here). Once you're there simply click on the “Downloads” tab on the left hand side of the screen, and then on the link to download the latest version of the software to your computer. After the file is finished downloading open the folder where you saved it, and unzip the file. Everything you need to get started is there, including the revision notes and various guides. I'm going to walk you through the process of updating your firmware and installing the software so you can skip reading those documents for now, but it's always a good idea to read through the included release notes to see what's been added or changed. Before you go any further it's important that you ensure your device is plugged directly into a USB 2.0 socket on your motherboard. The firmware utility won't run on USB 3.0 and a USB hub may result in a bricked device. Once you've ensured you're plugged into the correct USB 2.0 socket/s go ahead and run the firmware update application. Click “Next” then accept the EULA on the next window and click “Next” again. The next screen few screens will ask you the normal questions about where you want the software installed, start menu folder, and so on. You don't need to change anything (unless you want to), just take the default values and click “Next” for the next couple of screens then “Install” on the last. Once the program is done installing it's going to ask you if you want to start the application. Since this is what we're here for you should probably just click on the “Finish” button. ;-) The first thing you're going to see is the “Warning” message where we tell you the normal things about flashing firmware. That is, make sure you're plugged in if on your laptop and that it might take a while and that you should NEVER turn off the power or disconnect the device until the process is completed. After you've clicked “OK” to that you'll see the window for the actual firmware update open up. It's pretty straight forward at this point, go ahead and click the “Update Firmware” button and sit tight while your device is flashed to the latest firmware revision. Assuming you've followed my instructions properly you are now running the latest version of firmware for your device and are now ready to install the actual Corsair Vengeance Gaming Software. Go back to the folder with your unzipped files and run the software installation file. The first thing you'll see is the “Setup Language” screen. Since I'm in the U.S.A. I'm going to go with the default (English) but there are a total of 10 different language options so you should be able to find one that works for you. Once you've selected you default language you'll be greeted by the software installation screen. The options here are nearly identical to the ones you went through before; EULA, default location, and so on. After you've gone through those you can click on the “Install” button on the final screen and we'll take care of the rest. Congratulations you've just completed your first steps towards global domination! Now that you're up to date with the latest and greatest software and firmware for your Vengeance Gaming peripheral/s and can begin creating profiles and macros! That's all for now but I'll be back soon with more guides to help you become a wizard with your Corsair Vengeance Gaming peripherals. Peace, I'm out!
  8. Back in October there were two large LAN events going on in Northern California, while some of us at Corsair went to NVIDIA’s GeForce LAN event, I decided to check out Intel’s LANfest 2011 in Folsom, CA. The most popular games at the party were League of Legends, World of Warcraft, Battlefield BC2, Team Fortress 2 and of course Starcraft 2. Corsair sponsored some of the events and gave away a bunch of gear ranging from speakers, headsets, cases, memory and more! There was a great crowd and we were able to catch a lot of the highlights on film, check out the video below. I had a great time and even got to participate in the Starcraft 2 tournament, although it didn’t take long before I was knocked out! Thanks to Intel for hosting the event and thanks to the event goers that made it a great LAN party. If you missed us, hopefully we will see you at the next event!
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