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    autobus gauloises

    Finally some good news :
    I have managed to fix the problem.
    First,
    I am not responsible for any damage you might do to your hardware !
    YOU DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK ! I ONLY PROVIDE POINTERS , DO NOT REPRESENT ASUS AND ONLY POST THIS AS INFORMATIVE I DO NOT PRETEND ITS A SURE FIX AND THIS MIGHT DAMAGE YOUR LAPTOP !

    How to obtain the files :
    Install 7zip
    Download "ASUS Keyboard Adjustment Tool" from Downloads->Others.
    Open archive, extract KeyboardUpdate.exe

    Right click on it, 7zip->Open Archive
    Inside it, go to .rscr ->1028
    Extract folder Binary on your desktop.
    Go to folder. Create new folder inside called "fw tool".
    Right click on file FW_TOOL ->7zip->Open archive
    Extract files in "fw_tool" folder

    Go to "fw tool" folder
    Go to "INI" folder.
    Edit file UsbUpdate.ini
    Change initial values to this:

    [MESSAGE]
    RECORD_MESSAGE=1

    [FUNCTION]
    AUTO_RUN=1
    CHECK_THEN_UPDATE_FW=0
    CHECK_FW_ONLY=0
    FORCE_CHECK_AND_UPDATE_FW=1

    Now for the tricky part .
    Inside the "fw tool" folder , there 's a NK.bin

    That file is initially with a version or hardware name of NK00060003
    That version resulted in the keys switch.
    You have to replace that file with one of the NK* files in the main "Binary" folder.
    For me "FW_NK0003000B" worked. For you ,it might be different.
    You need to copy that file over the NK.bin - delete the original, copy file and change its name to NK.bin

    Then just run the exe, ASUS NKey FW Update Tool_v0.0.9T2.exe
    You will need to wait for a few minutes, during which you will see the keyboard backlight blinking.
    After a successful run, the tool will produce a log (ASUS_USB_Update_Result.log) that reads something like this:

    Load setting parameters from ini file......Done !

    File path : C:\Users\x\Desktop\New folder\fw tool\NK.bin

    File size : 57344KB

    File FW version : NK0003000B



    [Tip] : Press AUTO button to update FW.

    Searching USB device......

    Found device, VID/PID = 0B05/1837.

    ASUS HID device initialization done !

    Device FW : NK00060003

    Entering flash mode......Done !



    ========= Start Update Device FW ===========

    Flash erasing......Done !

    Flash is checking......Done !

    Flash is programing......Done !

    Flash is verifying......Done !

    PASS !

    Reset device, please wait......



    For reference, my Model Number is G752VS-GB125T. Again, another file might be needed for your model.

    Proof of fix :
    Miniatura de Adjuntos Miniatura de Adjuntos hwid.jpg  

    Last edited by BogdanCiulei; 11-26-2016 at 11:24 PM.

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    Basic update keyboard firmware kit..!

    Hi,

    Please read this first : https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...l=1#post618556

    G752VS Keyboard Problem Fix Tool

    Download zip file and extract click a firmware version batch file, please wait the "Firmware update is successfull..!" message in console or "Keyboard blacklight flashes"

    Tested G752VS Versions ;
    #SINDEX
    G752VS-GB125T - FW_NK0003000B
    G752VS-GB007TC - FW_NK0003000B
    G752VS-XB72K OC Edition - FW_NK0003000B
    G752VS-XB72K - FW_NK00060003
    G752VS-RB71 - FW_NK0003000B
    G752VM-GC005T - FW_NK0003000B
    G752VS-GC054T - FW_NK0003000B
    G752VS-GC018T - FW_NK0003000B
    #EINDEX
    If give the error return original firmware run FW_NKORIGINAL batch file.

    Google Drive Link : https://goo.gl/o9QO2x

    Good Luck...
    Last edited by xAKUMAx; 11-27-2016 at 07:39 PM.

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    It worked...

    Quote Originally Posted by xAKUMAx View Post
    Hi,

    Please read this first : https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...l=1#post618556

    G752VS Keyboard Problem Fix Tool

    Download zip file and extract click a firmware version batch file, please wait the "Firmware update is successfull..!" message in console or "Keyboard blacklight flashes"

    Tested G752VS Versions ;
    G752VS-GB125T - FW_NK0003000B
    G752VS-GB007TC - FW_NK0003000B

    If give the error return original firmware run FW_NKORIGINAL batch file.

    Google Drive Link : https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B79...nNWTEtsaTNSOUE

    Good Luck...
    I can confirm that it worked out for my ASUS ROG G752VS-XB72K OC Edition with FW_NK0003000B ! Thank You ! The keyboard issue is fixed.
    P.S. -> Now I'm looking for a solution how to turn the lid light back on, the button from the ASUS gaming center doesn't make any sense...
    Last edited by VEG718; 11-27-2016 at 03:58 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VEG718 View Post
    I can confirm that it worked out for my ASUS ROG G752VS-XB72K OC Edition ! Thank You ! The keyboard issue is fixed.
    P.S. -> Now I'm looking for a solution how to turn the lid light back on, the button from the ASUS gaming center doesn't make any sense...
    Could you mention which firmware version worked for you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VEG718 View Post
    I can confirm that it worked out for my ASUS ROG G752VS-XB72K OC Edition with FW_NK0003000B ! Thank You ! The keyboard issue is fixed.
    P.S. -> Now I'm looking for a solution how to turn the lid light back on, the button from the ASUS gaming center doesn't make any sense...
    Thank you for feedback, updated the tested version list and open a Rog Gaming Center Light Bar Off later On working all done
    Last edited by xAKUMAx; 11-27-2016 at 04:08 AM.

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    worked for me thanks guys way above my head to figure this stuff out.. the 00060003 is the one I had to use on my G752vs oc the 3000B locked up my keyboard completely weird but I am good to go.. lesson learned don't trust anything that asus puts out until I read it here working from more than one person


    you guys in this forum that do all the testing and fix stuff for them should be working for them... and fire there entire support center ... lol

    in my line of work if I had to reley on my customer to fix my product I would be out of work quick


    G752vs-xb72k R
    used NK00060003 off the download listed at https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B79...nNWTEtsaTNSOUE had to play around for it to work and I advise some one that don't understand what they are doing to not try and wait for asus to release a fix because I can see someone clicking the wrong thing and stopping there entire keyboard from working. but if your like me and always take chances go ahead and give it a shot
    Last edited by MDFMac; 11-27-2016 at 04:57 AM.

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    Monitor17.3" LED UHD (3840x2160) IPS G-SYNC
    Storage #12 x 512GB PCIE Gen3X4 SSD (RAID0)
    Storage #22TB Samsung 850 PRO SSD
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDFMac View Post
    worked for me thanks guys way above my head to figure this stuff out.. the 00060003 is the one I had to use on my G752vs oc the 3000B locked up my keyboard completely weird but I am good to go.. lesson learned don't trust anything that asus puts out until I read it here working from more than one person


    you guys in this forum that do all the testing and fix stuff for them should be working for them... and fire there entire support center ... lol

    in my line of work if I had to reley on my customer to fix my product I would be out of work quick
    Please write your G752VS full version and what is name used firmware ?

    need for updated tested list.

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    LID light

    Quote Originally Posted by xAKUMAx View Post
    Thank you for feedback, updated the tested version list and open a Rog Gaming Center Light Bar Off later On working all done
    I turned it OFF once and it's not going ON again but I don't think it's related to the keyboard issue so I'll see what can I do.
    --------
    Edit: OK, I fixed it in very unusual way... by letting the battery die off. Once the laptop fully drained and turned off, I turned it ON (without attaching the power cord) and the lightbar was successfully recovered and lighting again ! And now the button from ROG Gaming Center is working properly ! Hope it helps to anybody with the same issue.
    Last edited by VEG718; 11-27-2016 at 05:05 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BogdanCiulei View Post
    Finally some good news :
    I have managed to fix the problem.
    First,
    I am not responsible for any damage you might do to your hardware !
    YOU DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK ! I ONLY PROVIDE POINTERS , DO NOT REPRESENT ASUS AND ONLY POST THIS AS INFORMATIVE I DO NOT PRETEND ITS A SURE FIX AND THIS MIGHT DAMAGE YOUR LAPTOP !

    How to obtain the files :
    Install 7zip
    Download "ASUS Keyboard Adjustment Tool" from Downloads->Others.
    Open archive, extract KeyboardUpdate.exe

    Right click on it, 7zip->Open Archive
    Inside it, go to .rscr ->1028
    Extract folder Binary on your desktop.
    Go to folder. Create new folder inside called "fw tool".
    Right click on file FW_TOOL ->7zip->Open archive
    Extract files in "fw_tool" folder

    Go to "fw tool" folder
    Go to "INI" folder.
    Edit file UsbUpdate.ini
    Change initial values to this:

    [MESSAGE]
    RECORD_MESSAGE=1

    [FUNCTION]
    AUTO_RUN=1
    CHECK_THEN_UPDATE_FW=0
    CHECK_FW_ONLY=0
    FORCE_CHECK_AND_UPDATE_FW=1

    Now for the tricky part .
    Inside the "fw tool" folder , there 's a NK.bin

    That file is initially with a version or hardware name of NK00060003
    That version resulted in the keys switch.
    You have to replace that file with one of the NK* files in the main "Binary" folder.
    For me "FW_NK0003000B" worked. For you ,it might be different.
    You need to copy that file over the NK.bin - delete the original, copy file and change its name to NK.bin

    Then just run the exe, ASUS NKey FW Update Tool_v0.0.9T2.exe
    You will need to wait for a few minutes, during which you will see the keyboard backlight blinking.
    After a successful run, the tool will produce a log (ASUS_USB_Update_Result.log) that reads something like this:

    Load setting parameters from ini file......Done !

    File path : C:\Users\x\Desktop\New folder\fw tool\NK.bin

    File size : 57344KB

    File FW version : NK0003000B



    [Tip] : Press AUTO button to update FW.

    Searching USB device......

    Found device, VID/PID = 0B05/1837.

    ASUS HID device initialization done !

    Device FW : NK00060003

    Entering flash mode......Done !



    ========= Start Update Device FW ===========

    Flash erasing......Done !

    Flash is checking......Done !

    Flash is programing......Done !

    Flash is verifying......Done !

    PASS !

    Reset device, please wait......



    For reference, my Model Number is G752VS-GB125T. Again, another file might be needed for your model.

    Proof of fix :

    Worked for me!

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    Graphics Card #1GeForce GTX 1070 GDDR5 8GB
    Sound CardRealtek High Defination Audio
    Monitor17.3" LED UHD (3840x2160) IPS G-SYNC
    Storage #12 x 512GB PCIE Gen3X4 SSD (RAID0)
    Storage #22TB Samsung 850 PRO SSD
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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbors View Post
    Worked for me!
    Please write your notebook full version and used firmware version for another users.

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