Before updating your firmware, you need to download the latest version of Bazecor.
Once you’ve downloaded the latest version of Bazecor, it’s important that you update your keyboard's firmware.
- If you currently have your personalized layers saved on your Raise, it is highly recommended that you save all your layers on a separate document or export them before updating the firmware.
- Make sure you connect your Raise directly to your computer and not use a hub.
- Use the 3 Dygma cables.
Follow these steps:
- Open Bazecor and click "Firmware Update".
- Click "Next".
- Your LEDs will automatically turn into rainbow mode.
- Click "Start Countdown".
- When the countdown reaches zero and the keyboard's lights turn off, hold the key on the top left corner of your Raise (usually the Esc key). Do this for 5-7 seconds only. If the update takes more than 20 seconds, please see the Troubleshooting instructions below.
- The Neuron will quickly blink when the update has finished. "Firmware flashed successfully!" will appear on Bazecor's screen.
Important: In case the firmware update fails, this won't damage your Raise.
- If the Neuron gets stuck with a pulsing blue light for more than 20 seconds, the update was not successful. You can try the following:
- Without disconnecting the Raise, while the Neuron still pulses blue, close Bazecor, and open it again. It should give you the option to update it again. Try it now.
- If this doesn't work, you can also try the same steps above, but repeatedly pressing ESC instead of holding it. When the countdown reaches zero, spam the ESC button for 3-5 seconds.
- If Bazecor doesn't connect to your Raise, so you can't even start the update process, please try a different USB port. Preferably a USB 3.1 port.
- If the firmware update wasn't successful and the Raise Bootloader wasn't found, you can force your Raise into bootloader mode by following the instructions here.
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