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Updated to ICUE 3.20, updated Commander Pro, no Fan Lights work


toneman1984
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I have:

2 packs of 3 LL120 fans

H100i Platinum SE radiator

Corsair Strafe Keyboard

Corsair Vengeance RGB RA

Commander Pro

 

All RGB has been working fine until I tried to update my commander Pro Firmware on the new ICUE 3.20. I really only selected update because it was available. The fan lights froze so I restarted my computer and then the lights turned off and remained off. Now when I open ICUE, the Commander Pro text is colored red for whatever reason, and I don't have access to the lighting for my fans. I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling ICUE, Corsair Link, I've unplugged and re-plugged the USB cables from the motherboard, the sata power connector, and restarted between these steps. I'm using 2 packs of 3 ll120 fans, an h100i platinum SE radiator, and commander pro. I also tried installing previous versions such as 3.17 and 3.18 but they freeze immediately after starting. ICUE 3.20 is the only version that will even open now. I had the setup running fine for a couple months. Any suggestions?

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I got this DevBiker...

 

To perform the factory reset:

 

  • Shut down ICUE.
  • Locate and press the reset button inside the Commander Pro (you'll see a small hole in the Commander Pro's case) with a paper clip or something suitable. It's momentary so you have to keep it pushed it.
  • While holding the reset button in, disconnect the SATA power to the Commander Pro for a few seconds and then plug it back in. The LED on the Commander Pro with flash. Release the reset button - it can be a struggle to do this step and it might help if you have a friend or 3 hands to complete it.
  • The Commander Pro should re-boot. Start ICUE and let it detect the Commander Pro.
  • At this point, you should be able to do a firmware update (on the setting tab for the Commander Pro).

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To perform the factory reset:

 

  • Shut down ICUE.
  • Locate and press the reset button inside the Commander Pro (you'll see a small hole in the Commander Pro's case) with a paper clip or something suitable. It's momentary so you have to keep it pushed it.
  • While holding the reset button in, disconnect the SATA power to the Commander Pro for a few seconds and then plug it back in. The LED on the Commander Pro with flash. Release the reset button - it can be a struggle to do this step and it might help if you have a friend or 3 hands to complete it.
  • The Commander Pro should re-boot. Start ICUE and let it detect the Commander Pro.
  • At this point, you should be able to do a firmware update (on the setting tab for the Commander Pro).

 

I opened up my computer and the green light on the commander pro is blinking twice, pausing, and then blinking twice on repeat. Is that how it's supposed to look normally?

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I got this DevBiker...

 

To perform the factory reset:

 

  • Shut down ICUE.
  • Locate and press the reset button inside the Commander Pro (you'll see a small hole in the Commander Pro's case) with a paper clip or something suitable. It's momentary so you have to keep it pushed it.
  • While holding the reset button in, disconnect the SATA power to the Commander Pro for a few seconds and then plug it back in. The LED on the Commander Pro with flash. Release the reset button - it can be a struggle to do this step and it might help if you have a friend or 3 hands to complete it.
  • The Commander Pro should re-boot. Start ICUE and let it detect the Commander Pro.
  • At this point, you should be able to do a firmware update (on the setting tab for the Commander Pro).

 

This worked!! Thank you!!

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