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About Ataliano

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  1. Welcome to my world, It's been almost a year like that, each time I turn on my computer, need to disconect and connect 3-4 times until it wants to turn on. I left this message in the Rapid thread since seems this issue has been addressed in that model, but Cooler Master don't give a :) about the QuickFire TK as far as I can see. Good luck on that, and hope you get an answer cause I need it too... I'm already saving for a Logitech G610... because this doesn't seem to be reaching any point at all and I'm really frustrated about this issue having it EVERY SINGLE DAY. I bought a mechanical because they are stronger than regular ones with heavy usage, and mine has lasted perfectly until today, however I'm now stuck because of a software/drivers issue... after 2 years of having it, so basically it's lasting the same period as a regular keyboard, with the difference it cost 80€ more than a regular membrane one... BTW: Seems CM guys are more active in its reddit than here: Gonna try myself there and see If I can get this fixed... Seems a massive issue though, just search for TK windows 10 usb device and it returns a ton of similar issues.
  2. Hi guys, I have a Quickfire TK and got the same booting issues since way ago... I was even thinking of changing my keyboard soon since I thought it could be a hardware issue (my keyboard has 2 years I guess or close to). Thing is that after researching I see this is a very common issue, and what surprises me a lot is that it's been fixed with a firmware update for just one of your models (i-Rapid) but what about TK users? there's also more models where I saw people saying they have the same issue so I think it's a quite generic common issue with most of the same generation models. Is there any fix around for TK keyboards? It's quite annoying seeing how one model gets a response while others are left... and this issue is very annoying, having to plug on-off the keyboard several times to get it recognized is quite a pain in the :), since I have to do it almost 95% of the times when turning on my PC. Got a Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 motherboard, with Legacy USB enabled and right options in BIOS, however, the issue is still there. The Motherboard is also updated to one of the latest firmwares, so I guess it isn't a BIOS firmware issue. Any help would be appreciated