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Old 11-21-2016, 10:29 PM
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Default Managed to spill water on my Strafe

Today, I somehow managed to knock over a water bottle and slightly onto my keyboard. Nothing happened at first but then 15-20 seconds later, the keyboard began to go berserk. So I unplugged it, did a quick dry, took all of the keys off and dried it some more and let it out to air dry as well. 3-4 hours go by and I plug the keyboard in without keys and everything seems to be functioning as I type some letters, but I put the keys back on and gave it another go and I got nothing. Now my computer won't even recognize the keyboard and I was wondering if you guys had any ideas of what I can do. Adding to that, when I plug in the usb, a notification pops up saying CRP disabled.
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Old 11-21-2016, 11:11 PM
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Good news, you might not have killed your keyboard. Bad news you wont know will you get a firmware file from Corsair Support to restore the keyboard. The firmware that was loaded is corrupt so CRP disabled shows up as a device. Its the keyboard memory.
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