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Old 09-08-2018, 08:04 AM
meeekael meeekael is offline
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Hello, same issue here. Using iCue, Lighting Node PRO, 3x ML120's and a 115i PRO RGB.

Using usbdeview to track down and disable the Lighting Node PRO USB device allows the PC to sleep. Resets the lighting to demo rainbow though.

Have tried using powercfg -requestsoverride but that thing is finiky at the best of time and it won't have a bar of it. Seeing the Lighting Node Pro uses the default windows HID drivers, I can't just add the HIDdriver to the override because my computer would sleep, forever. Ha ha.

I'm out of ideas short of finding a program which force-sleeps after a set time.

Attached are my logs, two files of each. There is 2 or so minutes of inactivity there where it should sleep. Second one (labeled) I let iCue continue logging after disabling the Lighting Node Pro. . There's a weird repeating error with the 115i, which doesn't appear to be affecting operation (or sleep) at all.
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