Question about Saitek PZ30AU Keyboard
Disconnect it from your PC and then plug it into another USB port. Either this will resolve the issue, or it won't. If it doesn't, plug it into another PC. This will determine whether or not the keyboard is the culprit, or a voltage irregularity coming from the PC's USB ports. If it works on the other PC, it's the computer, not the keyboard that has a problem. If it doesn't work on another PC, then it is the keyboard. As keyboards are inexpensive (even the PZ30AU), I'd recommend you purchase another. The amount of money you'd pour into either fixing your PC or this keyboard would probably be close to if not more than what you paid for the keyboard in the first place.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
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