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Saitek Eclipse II: how to retain color choice after computer sleeps?

I have the keyboard plugged into the USB of my laptop. I can change color to purple, but once my laptop sleeps and then wakes up, the color always resets to blue. Know of any way to "fix" the color choice of the keyboard?

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I think it is just the way it is. mine does that as well. b/c mine does the same thing on any computer i have it pluged into though.

Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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