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Ducky Shine 2 bad in DOS environment

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Hey guys
I was booting into DOS today to do some firmware flashing and realized that my keyboard was not functioning well at all in DOS environment. It does work as in the majority of the keys seem to work. But some crucial keys aren't recognized while few others seem to give different input when pressed. I used a different USB keyboard and it worked perfectly. This leads me to believe that either I got a defective model or the Ducky Shine 2 series suffer the same problem. Anyone else with the Ducky Shine 2 can shed some light in this before I contact the manufacturer for a replacement?
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Hmmmm...sometimes the NKRO implementation causes incompatibility problems.

Flip this dip switch and try again.
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For multiple key presses, the keyboard can be set to either 6-key rollover or n-key, even with a USB connection.


Read more: http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/reviews/pc-peripheral/3412351/ducky-dk9008-shine-2-review/#ixzz2DQdix3WM

Edited by ripster - 11/27/12 at 5:18am
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Ahh that might actually be it. I will try that then. Thanks
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