Unable to use your Corsair keyboard? Don’t worry as it is easy to troubleshoot and we will get your keyboard up and running in no time. Corsair is a very popular brand for peripherals among video game lovers. Corsair keyboards are extremely attractive and provides great user experience options. Keep reading to know how to fix a your Corsair, if not working.
Corsair Keyboard not working: How to fix it?
Try the following troubleshooting steps to fix your Corsair keyboard –
1) Update your Corsair keyboard drivers
Updating your Corsair keyboard is easy. Just search Device Manager in your Start Menu search bar. Open Device Manager and look for the Keyboard section. Expand it and look for the Corsair drivers. Right click on them and click on Update driver. Complete the updation process and restart your PC. Or, you can look for the latest Corsair drivers from the manufacturer’s page.
2) Reinstall your Corsair keyboard drivers
To do so, search for Device Manager in your Start Menu search bar. Open Device Manager and look for the Keyboard section. Expand it to display the drivers your system uses. Now, right click on your keyboard driver and select Uninstall device. Confirm uninstallation process and restart your PC. Your PC will install the required drivers for your Corsair keyboard automatically.
3) Reset your Corsair keyboard
To reset your keyboard, unplug it from your device. Now, hold down the ESC key on your keyboard and then plug it to your PC (keep holding ESC). After plugging, keep holding the ESC key for 5 seconds or until you see a flash. The flash means that your keyboard has been reset.
4) Update your keyboard’s firmware
Sometimes, old firmware can cause hardware to malfunction. To update firmware, download the iCUE app from Corsair’s support page. Now, open the iCUE app and click on the Settings tab. Click on Update and let the process complete. Your keyboard should work fine by now.
5) Check for hardware damage
If you are still unable to get your Corsair keyboard to work, it is likely that the keyboard or a hardware device related to it is damaged. Try using a new USB port to plug the keyboard. You can also to plug your keyboard to a different PC and check whether it’s working. If you use a wireless Corsair keyboard, check whether the batteries are out of power – replace batteries. Check for obvious damage and try to retify it or visit your nearest service center. You can also contact their online support from here.
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