Sunday, October 16, 2016

Ducky Keyboard not working after power outage

This specifically pertains to the Ducky Zero DK2108.

After a power outage the keyboard stopped responding, and all three greens lights were flashing repeatedly (Caps Lock, ScrLk, NumLk)

After some research, it was determined that the firmware was likely damaged, and a reinstall of the firmware using the Ducky updater was necessary.  I could not find the software on the Ducky website.  Thank you to the support team at for sending me the software the next day.

** Please note, this update is for the Ducky Zero DK2108 model only. ** 
1, Make sure the keyboard is plugged into the back of your PC and disconnect all other unused devices from your PC.
2. Run USB_FD.exe (The application should detect your keyboard and automatically populate the Device box). File previously supplied.
3. Click on the 3 dots next to the Firmware box and select the L1886V25.bin file.
4. Click the Download button to run the update.

Updater and Firmware:

1 comment:

  1. This works with my DK2108. As it's an old product, I don't think it will get support from Ducky anymore. Thanks!