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5 out 6 LL fan lights going crazy after 3.17.94 update


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After updating to 3.17.94 today (July 5th, 2019) 5 out 6 LL fans are going crazy: 5 out of 6. You can see the fan in the lower right is normal.

 

When it's set to Temperature via Lighting Link it looks like this: Temperature. They all should be the same color.

 

Anyone have any ideas on how to fix it?

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After updating to 3.17.94 today (July 5th, 2019) 5 out 6 LL fans are going crazy: 5 out of 6. You can see the fan in the lower right is normal.

 

When it's set to Temperature via Lighting Link it looks like this: Temperature. They all should be the same color.

 

Anyone have any ideas on how to fix it?

 

Should have an epilepsy warning on those :P But uninstall using preferred 3rd party method, make sure any Corsair folders in programs are blown away, as well as anything Corsair related in %appdata% then reinstall. And I would not try to save fan curves or profiles. Just start fresh on those. If this doesn't work you can always contact support (YMMV, expect a wait).

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Looks like a loose connection, to be honest. Either on fan 1 or fan 2. It is odd that it happens right after an update but that's what it looks like. Try swapping fan 1 with the last fan on the hub ... if that doesn't work, try swapping fan 2.
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I'm having exactly the same issue with 6x ll120, only have noticed it after updating software recently. I have attempted to uninstall/reinstall icue with no success. Changing fan '1' to the last in the sequence fixed the issue for about 10 seconds, then immediately the issue resumed.
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Contacts don't necessarily need to be loose to fail. I always have a can of non conductive contact cleaner for all my guitar gear which also has done wonders in my computer.

 

All you need to do is to spray a bit of it on the suspicious ports then plug them in/out a couple times. Hopefully that was the problem and there will be a solid contact.

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Should have an epilepsy warning on those :P But uninstall using preferred 3rd party method, make sure any Corsair folders in programs are blown away, as well as anything Corsair related in %appdata% then reinstall. And I would not try to save fan curves or profiles. Just start fresh on those. If this doesn't work you can always contact support (YMMV, expect a wait).

 

I tried the steps and the same thing is still happening. I guess I will open a ticket. :[pouts:

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Looks like a loose connection, to be honest. Either on fan 1 or fan 2. It is odd that it happens right after an update but that's what it looks like. Try swapping fan 1 with the last fan on the hub ... if that doesn't work, try swapping fan 2.

 

I will give this a try later on. I submitted a ticket too. It's just that it was normal until the last update :eek:

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