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I have a Yahoo Sakar keyboard, and a few days ago my scroll light LED began to blink, figured it would go away after a while, well i have restarted, checked resent apps, unstalled lots, and it will not stop blinking, if i have it on, it will black realy quick, if off it lights up every once and a while. WHY WON'T IT STOP. I am going to go crazy, i have resorted to electrical tape, will be going and snipping that little wire next....HELP......

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Does, but it uses 100% of my cpu, so i didn't install it, never done this before, i just put a penny over the LED for now :)

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Guest FreakyDrOverclock

that would drive me mad...

open that #### keyboard, rip the led of and use it where you need it ;)

 

or make a little programm to let it blink in a better way:

i remember my good old c64: one game (don't know which one) had a very cool intro-music and the floppy-led blinked exactly with the beat :D :D

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Cool, The LED no longer blinks (it is no longer thier either). So i am no longer going to go insane :) Can you still do stuff like that, the comodars are pretty crapin' old, why can you say ever word but d#mn?

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Guest FreakyDrOverclock

I didn't do it myself...sorry

the trick is (or was) to read from the floppy make a little pause (timed), read on and so on...

 

The scroll-lock can be set by software (can't it?)...I guess that would make an awfull winamp-plugin :0

 

d~mn...must be this d*mn Ikonboard...d_mn :D

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LED was blinking because of my software, wish i hadn't cut now, gona have to reconect, the faster it would blink, the higher the cpu temp is. oh well.

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Guest FreakyDrOverclock

bad idea couse you won't be able to tell the exact temperature...(2 hertz = 20

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was just curios...

the posts are backwards oh noes!

Edited by Muddy

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What the heck Muddy? This thread is 49 MONTHS OLD!

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^---OMFG I just burst out laughing!

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