Krishna Prasobh V Replied on February 12, The keys are not weighted and feel kind of spongy to me; YMMV. My real address is: GMinor Replied on February 12, That said, I’m pretty happy with mine in fact, enough that I got a second one, so I have one in both my at-home office and my at-work office. In reply to GMinor’s post on February 12,
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A few more things you might want to know about this keyboard: You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number. Lost power, no firmware, no work. Please do not contact me to ask questions about this product; I cannot help you find newer versions of the driver, or provide sales or technical support.
GMinor Replied on February 12, If the device is connected before the computer is switched on, it is recognized correctly, and reported by lsusb correctly, but it does not send any Wjndows messages.
USB MIDI keyboard Miditech Garagekey Mini – works with Linux only if connected after powerup
I wrote this page over 12 years ago, to help people who could use the Windows XP driver but couldn’t find it. As an initial troubleshooting step, I suggest you to run the Hardware and Devices troubleshooter. garageke
I said midiplus is NOT offering any sort of driver for their products because they insist that they haven’t tested whether their product can run with win10 or not, I’ve purchased a wersi midi usb line to see if that helps and it returned error 28, I hope you can give me a straight answer instead of auto reply: Was working, disconnect USB and reconnect in Linux: However, they’re worth it for two reasons: The keys are not weighted and feel kind of spongy to me; YMMV.
This error code indicates that the drivers for this device are not installed and a driver needs to be installed on the device. Hope the information helps.
USB MIDI keyboard is not working with Windows 10
Maybe that’s where you’re failing — the udev rule or similar isn’t firing for the device when it’s discovered at bootup, only on a reconnect. Hi, Thank you for posting your query on Microsoft Community. Thank you very much, Csongor. Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services.
Months later, I happened to look again, and found a garaagekey mention of a GarageKey driver for Windows XP, and my search resumed, leading eventually to Mike Ajlouny at Mac Pro Systems and Software who very kindly sent me the driver.
The end keys are not protected and might get hurt if you dropped the keyboard. Check if issue persists.
New USB device strings: For more information, I suggest you to refer to the article provided below and check if it helps. It always worked if you booted Windows and then soft-booted into to Linux, as the firmware was already in. If the issue persists, I suggest you to download the driver from manufacturer website and check if it helps.
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However when I connect the keyboard to the switched off computer, and then power it up booting Linux it doesn’t work. Type troubleshooting in the search bar. My real address is: GMinor Replied on February 18, Click on Hardware and Devices. I first thought that the GarageKey was connected by USB and that connecting it to your computer would cause udev to load some modules. After a protracted search, it appeared that there was in fact no Windows support. In reply to Krishna Prasobh V’s post on February 16,