The Corsair Keyboard has become one of the most sought-after keyboard brands in recent memory, and it’s one of those brands that’s difficult to replace if you already own a replacement.
That said, it’s also one of Corsair’s biggest fans and a keyboard brand with a ton of loyal followers.
If you own a Corsair keyboard and need to remove the old one, we’ve put together a quick guide for you.
What you need to do:1.
Remove the old Corsair Keyboard from your computer2.
Take your old keyboard out of the box and remove the screws3.
Remove any screws on the underside of the keyboard, especially the thumbwheel screws and the power switch screws4.
Pull the keyboard out from the case and carefully remove the plastic tabs that hold it together5.
Unscrew the top plastic screw that holds the keyboard in place6.
Unplug the power cord from the keyboard.7.
Take the keyboard apart to reveal the screws that hold the keyboard together8.
Replace the screws.9.
Replace all of the screws on your old Keyboard.10.
Reassemble your old keyboards and remove any old screws that remain11.
Take apart the case of the old keyboard to reveal all the components that make up the keyboard12.
Clean the keyboard with a soft cloth.13.
Replace any other screws or replace any screws that have been damaged.14.
Re-assemble the keyboard as best as possible, and then replace the power supply cable.15.
Use a pair of pliers to unplug the keyboard cable.16.
If the keyboard is still attached, use a pair or pliers with a 3mm wide tooth to pry it out of place.17.
Remove all of your keys and replace them with new ones.18.
Uninstall any of the other peripherals on your Corsair Keyboard.19.
Use the power adapter to connect your new Corsair Keyboard to your computer.20.
Plug in your new keyboard and you’re ready to go!