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Martin Iturbide

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Re: Using a Corsair K70 Keyboard on a KVM under ArcaOS
« Reply #15 on: November 14, 2021, 02:35:36 am »
Thanks

On the wiki I have updated:
- Corsair Gaming K70 RGB Mk. 2 Mechanical Keyboard
- Corsair Gaming K95 RGB Platinum Keyboard

Let me know if you want to add something else to the pages.

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Mark Szkolnicki

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Re: Using a Corsair K70 Keyboard on a KVM under ArcaOS
« Reply #16 on: November 14, 2021, 04:41:26 am »
Heh Martin!

Probably if you could add the same BIOS information as the K70 that would work as both as working exactly the same and Best!

M

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Re: Using a Corsair K70 Keyboard on a KVM under ArcaOS
« Reply #17 on: November 14, 2021, 03:55:09 pm »
Thanks

On the wiki I have updated:
- Corsair Gaming K70 RGB Mk. 2 Mechanical Keyboard
- Corsair Gaming K95 RGB Platinum Keyboard

Let me know if you want to add something else to the pages.

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Hi Martin!

Was a long day yesterday and I wasn't thinking too clearly by last night.

For the new K95 Platinum Wiki, you could add the exact same information on enabling BIOs Mode, cut and paste, as is given in the K70 Wiki, as the K95 Platinum keyboard layout is essentially the same as the K70, with the addition of the Gaming Keys (G1-G6).

People looking at only the K95 Platinum listing might not know what "legacy" mode is, or that it is the same as "Bios" mode.

Writing manuals as part of my profession, I try to make instructions as clear as possible, as in emergencies there's little room for error so forgive me if I'm a bit anal about details.

A fine rest of the weekend to you, Sir and Best!

M