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Old 12-26-2018, 12:56 PM
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I tried only using the "Modify>Repair" option, macros now work.
Presumably this is temporary, seeing this thread.
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Old 02-06-2019, 04:34 AM
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IT'S 2019 AND I STILL HAVE TO RANDOMLY REPAIR, REMOVE, REINSTALL, AND PRAY TO DARK POWERS EVERY OTHER WEEK OR SO TO GET MACRO EXECUTION TO NOT BE BROKEN.

I have noticed it seems to be worse just after a Windows update, but after I manage to fix it it will often break again 1-3 times over as many days AFTER the Windows update. It's correlated but not causal.
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Old 02-07-2019, 06:24 AM
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By way of for instance, I had to do a repair install three times in a row just now to be able to use the thumb button as anything other than a DPI switch. That's after doing the same thing yesterday, and the day before, and the day before that...
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Old 02-07-2019, 07:41 PM
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Fourth day in a row
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Old 02-08-2019, 09:27 AM
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Last night I downloaded the latest version of iCUE from the Corsair website and completely removed the old version and replaced it w 3.12.118

Today macros won't work. No visible error in iCUE software.

After first repair install, iCUE software now has an error indicating that macro execution isn't working properly and I need to do another repair installation
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Old 02-13-2019, 03:37 AM
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Hi everyone,

Wow, lot's of problems here. Sorry for having to wait for a response.

You guys who are getting it to work by turning off your AV may be better off setting up the iCUE.exe file in the Corsair folder to run as an Admin. It shouldn't need to be specified, but the AV may be blocking the controls.

Also for you people having issues that are fixed by turning off Fast Boot, try instead turning off "Start on System Startup" in iCUE's settings. It does basically the same thing and you can keep Fast Boot.

For the rest of you having issues, I would suggest a clean reinstall of iCUE as sometime's it's straight driver corruption:
1. Search for Corsair in File Explorer and delete the Corsair folder.
2. Open RegEdit and delete the Corsair folder in HKey Local Machine and HKey Local User.
3. Restart the PC
4. Reinstall iCUE.

If none of those correct the issue, post again and we'll see if we can look deeper.

**Edit** Windows update probably breaks the USB driver occasionally depending on how much they wanna play with it. Modern software FTW
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Old 02-14-2019, 05:30 AM
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I'll try wiping the reg keys and clean installing. I've been doing the repair-reboot-repair-repair-now-it-works dance every day since my last post, anything is worth trying at this point.

What's really annoying is I had this problem before but then it magically disappeared for months. I'd hoped it was gone for good...

Thanks for the response
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