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    G751 Keyboard Backlighting Timeout

    Howdy all! I've had my G751JT for a while now and am loving it. One thing that I haven't been able to find an answer to yet is how to disable the timeout on the keyboard backlighting. My searches return all kinds of info for the same thing for older modes like the G750, but most of those have to do with reverting to a specific version of the ATK drivers, but that version is really old and that doesn't seem like the right answer. Is there some way to force the keyboard backlighting to stay on without activity?

    Thanks!

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    I can be totally wrong, but I think there must be something in Windows' register to remember if you chose to activate, or deactivate, backlit keys,maybe it's a value for a counter. Try exporting big chunks of your register, (de)activating backlit keys, exporting again, comparing files with a file comparison tool. You should find an answer in less than a minute.

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    I would also like to know how to keep the keyboard lights on, all the time. Just got my G751JT last week. Thanks

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    Same here, would be nice to have the option to make the keyboard lights stay on, all the time.

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    I can confirm that using the 1.0.00.28 drivers solves the issue and keeps the lights permanently on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRSxIgnition View Post
    I can confirm that using the 1.0.00.28 drivers solves the issue and keeps the lights permanently on.
    And are all the other keys working with those drivers? Like the steam, shadowplay and rog one ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRSxIgnition View Post
    I can confirm that using the 1.0.00.28 drivers solves the issue and keeps the lights permanently on.
    Hi, can you send us the link to the driver?.. Thanks.. cant find it on this site only V.30 and above none of the 28

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    Its on the G750 site, under utilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogueNote View Post
    Same here, would be nice to have the option to make the keyboard lights stay on, all the time.

    Hello Folks,

    on my G751JY i changed the following value in the registry

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\ASUS\ATK Package\TurnOffKeybdLight

    to hex 1e13380 (dec 31536000) which equals to 1 year of backlighting. For me it's enough time.

    Kind regards

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