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Old 01-10-2019, 08:35 PM
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Question Icue closing with new K55 RGB addition.

I have 3 Corsair devises. HS70, Scimitar Pro Rgb, and newly added K55 Keyboard.

Before i added the keyboard I had no problems with the ICUE software. I was able to create multiple profiles with no problems for my mouse. I recently bought a K55 keyboard, and when i plugged it in and started to assign lighting commands to the keyboard on how i wanted the keyboard to light up on the profiles i had already created the ICUE software started crashing. I was only able to assign lighting commands to 1 profile. when i try another profile for the keyboard it always crashes the ICUE software.

Everything is updated and im running the latest version of everything.


any solutions?
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Old 01-10-2019, 09:51 PM
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Update to v3.11 and see if this still occurs.
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Old 01-11-2019, 01:07 PM
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Update to v3.11 and see if this still occurs.
Did not solve the issue. For some reason i can only change the lighting on my keyboard for one of my profiles. Every time i try to change the lighting of my keyboard on my other profile it closes the ICUE app.
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