Question about Thermaltake A2211 Keyboard
The Flare Board is also USB connected, and in fact, gets all its power from the USB bus. Since it is USB, Windows detected it as another keyboard, and there weren't any drivers to install to get it working.
The Mac (OS X 10.5), on the other hand, didn’t know what it was and asking for the key to the right of the Alt key. This is a Windows keyboard.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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