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Old 10-07-2018, 01:17 PM
KoGiK KoGiK is offline
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Default My HS70 doesn't work after updating 0.64

I just bought HS70 today about 12.00pm from Thai shop, and i connected it to mu pc that made me felt it has a quiet mic volume, so i tried to fix it out by updating firmware via iCUE to version 0.64(at first time i was failed to update and i tried to force updating it till it complete.

Now my HS70 doesn't work, it cannot be switched on. The light indicator also does't work or show up any light.

I tried to reset it on its dongle by pressing reset button 5 seconds and then connected my hs70 with usb cable and pressed it till i haven't seen light on my dongle stay solid and stop blinking.

Now i'm so sad, i don't know how to reaolve it. Please help me.
Thank you very much and pls forgive my broken english
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Old 10-08-2018, 01:59 PM
Corsair Nick Corsair Nick is offline
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The headset might be in bootloader mode. Try performing the following and see if this brings the headset back:

1) Volume control in min position
2) Hold the mute button while plugging in USB cable with the headset off
3) Release mute button 3 seconds after the USB cable is plugged in
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Old 10-09-2018, 01:21 AM
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I did it but still nothing happens. ��
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