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This is a standard fixed ANSI TKL from off the shelf Durgod Taurus K320 without Backlight.



Make command example for this keyboard (after setting up your build environment):

make durgod/k320:default

Flashing example for this keyboard:

make durgod/k320:default:flash

See the build environment setup and the make instructions for more information. Brand new to QMK? Start with our Complete Newbs Guide.

Initial Flash

For first Flashing from initial Stock's Firmware

  1. Back up original Firmware Image:
  • Unplug
  • Short Boot0 to Vdd (See below)
  • Plug In USB
  • Make a Flash Image's Backup in case you wanted to restore the Keyboard to Stock's Image:
  1. Flash the QMK Firmware Image.
  • Put board into Bootloader mode, using the same method as when backing up the original Firmware (above)
  • Here are a few options for performing the initial Flash:
    • Using QMK Toolbox

    • Using DFuseDemo.exe if STTub30 driver is used.

    • Using dfu-util:

      dfu-util --alt 0 --dfuse-address 0x08000000 --download ${NEW_QMK_BIN}

You can short Boot0 to Vdd by shorting R21 to C27 on the sides closest to the processor, as shown:

Shorting Boot0 to Vdd on K320

Subsequent Flashing

For repeating Flashing you can use BootMagic:

  • BootMagic Lite has been enabled with Assigned "Esc" key
  • Unplug USB Cable
  • Holding Esc Button
  • Plug in USB Cable, Keyboard should be in ST-Bootloader state