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Old 04-01-2018, 06:28 PM
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Exclamation [BUG] Unhandled exception - ICUE crashes on load

I woke my computer up from sleep and iCue (which has been working okay since release) crashed. Normally this is fine but it kept crashing every single time. Uninstall/reinstall, crash upon opening. System restore, doesn't make a difference. On debug, it says there is an unhandled exception in Qt5Core.dll and thats crashing everything.

Now i'm back in Link and CUE 2 and my h150i Pro is stuck in a rainbow loop and I can't control its fan speeds. Does anyone know where I can get a clean 150i Pro driver? iCue has completely trashed mine.
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Old 04-01-2018, 07:59 PM
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The driver you need should be located in;
C:\Program Files (x86)\CorsairLink4\Drivers\490
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To get a clean driver install without iCue, the best thing for you to do is uninstall iCue (I think you've done this). From there, go to Device Manager and find the driver "Corsair UsbXP Driver" and remove the driver, deleting all files. Then install Link fresh.
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The driver you need should be located in;
C:\Program Files (x86)\CorsairLink4\Drivers\490
Unfortunately there isnt a drivers folder in my CorsairLink4 folder

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To get a clean driver install without iCue, the best thing for you to do is uninstall iCue (I think you've done this). From there, go to Device Manager and find the driver "Corsair UsbXP Driver" and remove the driver, deleting all files. Then install Link fresh.
I tried doing this, made sure to delete all files in the driver and on uninstall, clean install, didn't matter. My H150i pro is borked, still cant control lights or fans. Thanks anyway guys
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I tried doing this, made sure to delete all files in the driver and on uninstall, clean install, didn't matter. My H150i pro is borked, still cant control lights or fans. Thanks anyway guys
Well, which version of Link? There are widespread reports of the latest version of Link not working with the Pro coolers. Installing the previous version of Link resolves the issue.
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Well, which version of Link? There are widespread reports of the latest version of Link not working with the Pro coolers. Installing the previous version of Link resolves the issue.
You're my hero - 4.9.5.25 finally let me turn control things again. Thank you!
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