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Old 06-20-2019, 07:11 AM
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Default Harpoon Wireless - thumb buttons after firmware update wont work

Never touch a running system strikes again...

So what should I do to get back my two thumb buttons?
I cant even choose them in the iCUE as macros or anything.
Did iCUe again did some fail update?

I just get a bad firmware update on my K63 and it was a pain in the *** to get it back working.

Why the hell do I need auto updates when they wont work? Give me the firmware that I can do it my self Corsair, thx...

Harpoon 0.6.70
Dongle 0.5.49
iCUE is 3.17.49
Windows 10 64bit Pro is also up to date and two days old.

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Old 06-21-2019, 05:47 PM
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Try running the FW update with all other USB devices disconnected for your PC. I would also try running it in a different USB stack and see if that helps. USB controllers can get a little wonkey when performing firmware update.

Also, make sure the mouse is in 2.4ghz and not Bluetooth. The mouse will not be detected in iCUE if it is in Bluetooth.
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