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post #51 of 61
i have not had any problems with running the logitech gaming software on bootup.




i clipped/sanded down the 2 plastic parts that were preventing the rubber stops in the corners from touching my desk. it grips good now. it does bend in the middle cause its only plastic
post #52 of 61
Just wondering if the media keys require holding fn to work?
post #53 of 61
Yes they do. Also keep in mind when you turn on "gaming mode" (disables window key and any other key you want) it disables the fn key. So if your in gameing mode, fn and windows keys are disabled and you can't change it.
post #54 of 61
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Yes they do. Also keep in mind when you turn on "gaming mode" (disables window key and any other key you want) it disables the fn key. So if your in gameing mode, fn and windows keys are disabled and you can't change it.
Thanks. Any1 know how to reverse the media keys so they are default and the F keys need fn?
Edited by OCPG - 1/26/16 at 10:26am
post #55 of 61
Finally got one. Liking it so far. Except the power cable seems awful loose where it's attached. Does anyone else notice that? Worried it will short out eventually. That and the stupid no option to enable media keys to default and the game mode disabling fn.
post #56 of 61
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Finally got one. Liking it so far. Except the power cable seems awful loose where it's attached. Does anyone else notice that? Worried it will short out eventually. That and the stupid no option to enable media keys to default and the game mode disabling fn.

Didn't even notice the cable before, but i think the loose part is the stressrelief sitting in its place, while the biggest part of it is still caught inside the shell, so it doesn't really matter for durability.

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post #57 of 61
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Didn't even notice the cable before, but i think the loose part is the stressrelief sitting in its place, while the biggest part of it is still caught inside the shell, so it doesn't really matter for durability.

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Thanks bro! One more really stupid question, do you think updating the firmware over USB 2 (instead of USB3) could cause any issues? I'm a little paranoid with new stuff lol.
post #58 of 61
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Thanks bro! One more really stupid question, do you think updating the firmware over USB 2 (instead of USB3) could cause any issues? I'm a little paranoid with new stuff lol.

i had issues with firmwareupdate indeed, but that was due to missing admin rights, while you try to update within the LGS.
After that the keyboard was dead, and i had to start the firmwareupdate(it's inside the LGS folder in "c\:programs") manually, and run it with admin rights.
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post #59 of 61
Is there a way to keep the backlighting turned off? When I turn it off with the button, after shutdown/reboot the backlighting comes on again. Shouldn't LGS remember I had it off before?
post #60 of 61
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Is there a way to keep the backlighting turned off? When I turn it off with the button, after shutdown/reboot the backlighting comes on again. Shouldn't LGS remember I had it off before?

Open the Logitech client, go to settings (press the gear icon), go to the G410 tab and uncheck 'enable device startup effect'. Update it too if you can.

If that doesn't work then it might be a profile issue
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