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Old 01-12-2020, 05:10 AM
csy0623 csy0623 is offline
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Default Harpoon mouse - Saving profile issue

Hi everyone,
I just received a Corsair Harpoon WIRED mouse,
and was struggling to find a way to save a profile I set to the device.

To sum up first, I cannot save the profile settings into my mouse.


I just wanted to change the color and brightness, re-mapping 3 keys.
That's all.

When I set the profile like above and clicked the icon "save static lighting, DPI, performance etc to device", there's nothing changed. Then I closed the ICUE programme to check if the profile successfully saved into the device.

-> NOPE. it was not.
it totally does not work.

Does the Corsair Harpoon even have On-board memory for profile? According to the product description from the official webpage, yes it has but seems it does not.

Please help me so that I can make a refund for this or not.

If I can't change the LED option, there's no reason to use.
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Old 01-18-2020, 06:13 PM
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Go to DPI settings and set a color to a DPI setting. It will save the LED color to that particular DPI setting. Use the center button on the mouse to cycle through them. You can't save button remaps, though. iCue must be running for the remaps to work.
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