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#1 cannonwillow

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Posted 16 April 2014 - 04:24 PM

I just hooked up a AZZA Delta Keyboard to my system. It works just fine except for the red backlighting. The backlighting only works when I shine light into the keyboards light sensor. When its dark in the room the keyboards backlighting is off unless a shine a flashlight into the sensor. The dimmer control knob on the keyboard will dim the backlighting if light is seen by the sensor. This is a complete reversal of how the sensor is supposed to work. I need the keyboard to light up when there is poor lighting in the room not when I'm blinded by the light. Is there a simple fix other than just returning the bleeping thing?

 

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Posted 16 April 2014 - 07:51 PM

I just hooked up a AZZA Delta Keyboard to my system. It works just fine except for the red backlighting. The backlighting only works when I shine light into the keyboards light sensor. When its dark in the room the keyboards backlighting is off unless a shine a flashlight into the sensor. The dimmer control knob on the keyboard will dim the backlighting if light is seen by the sensor. This is a complete reversal of how the sensor is supposed to work. I need the keyboard to light up when there is poor lighting in the room not when I'm blinded by the light. Is there a simple fix other than just returning the bleeping thing?
 
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Rather sounds like it is defective and returning it is your best option.

The only other thing that I could think of is if there is a specific driver and settings application for that keyboard that might have a setting to change, but I rather doubt it.

The following page does seem to suggest that others have had issues with the backlighting on this keyboard:

https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20140331220510AA6Man6




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