Windows 10 has an issue with this mechanical keyboard (which works great, BTW). It's a Chinese-made keyboard (aren't they all?), but it doesn't have much English-language support.
I captured a few screen shots of how to fix it in case someone else has the same problem. (I got the instructions off of Tom's Hardware
, but it doesn't have screen shots & isn't clear on some of the details.)
First, open up Device Manager and select the controller under USB controllers (not
Next, choose "update driver" from the Drivers tab.
Then choose the "browse" option (search doesn't find anything).
Then select "Let me pick from available drivers on my computer."
Finally, switch it from the ND device (which is the wrong one) to the generic USB compatible one (which works fine on my machine).
You might want to clip these instructions into your favorite notes software because:
- You need to do this for each USB port you plug into (though you only need to do it once for each & then you can unplug & plug back in without issues).
- You need to re-do it after major Windows updates, and it's hard to tell which ones will break it.
Good luck, fellow mechanical keyboard-enjoyers!