I have a Sades K10 mechanical keyboard that recently froze itself when I plugged it into another computer. The other computer was fine as it was one of mine I was getting rid of. I plugged it in fast to boot it up, then I was done. It worked fine when plugged in, and before that, I then unplugged it and about 5 minutes later plugged it back into my main PC that was already turned on.
Immediately upon plugging it in the lights started flickering like something was wrong, instead of the usual flash on and off when it starts. I pressed a button and all the lights turned off and it wouldn't work after that. When I press a button, any button, the light under that button should flash, it doesn't. None of the keys work now, not even the num or caps locks, and every time I plug it in it flickers and upon the first key press of the function keys everything goes off.
I'm looking if someone knows a way to reset these? I've taken it apart and the keys are soldered into the board, and there are no reset switches or buttons on the board. Since it's USB I figured there might be a way to reset it programmatically somehow.
I've tried it on Linux, Mac and Windows machines, won't work on any of them. Consequently, my main machine is Linux, where it was plugged in for about 8 months without incident.
When I plug it in it's detected:
Here is a video of what happens when I plug it in: