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Feature update to Windows 10, version 20H2


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Hi guys, has anyone been able to install the Feature update to Windows 10, version 20H2

 

It's trying but failing after the reboot and get stuck and the boot menu. I have to reboot twice and then Windows is rolling back the update buit will ask me again later to reboot to install the update...

 

I have the corsair one i160

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The problem is with the Corsair Link 4 software. If you disable the service in msconfig or uninstall it, the update should go through.

 

Note: I did this and I was able to get the installation to work, but now I cannot launch or repair Link. I am working direct with One support on getting that fixed, but just a heads up that it may not work and you'll have to contact them as well.

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The problem is with the Corsair Link 4 software. If you disable the service in msconfig or uninstall it, the update should go through.

 

Note: I did this and I was able to get the installation to work, but now I cannot launch or repair Link. I am working direct with One support on getting that fixed, but just a heads up that it may not work and you'll have to contact them as well.

 

Did you figure this out? I have the exact same problem. Running without Corsair Link at the moment, but afraid of overheating without the fan control.

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Something you could try is to go to the registry editor (win + R, regedit) and then follow the directory:

 

Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\HARDWARE\DESCRIPTION\System\BIOS

 

On the right hand side look for a name called SystemProductName and make sure that the data reads CORSAIR ONE or something similar. If it doesn't, you will need to right click on SystemProductName and click Modify and change the value data to CORSAIR ONE. Some people (myself included) were not able to install corsair link after a fresh install of windows, as this deletes the identity of the Corsair ONE. It only worked after following the steps above. I know that we are talking about a windows update but maybe this could be the problem?

 

Also, make sure you are installing the latest version of corsair link. The one in the sticky thread. https://forum.corsair.com/v2/showthread.php?t=175259

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Hello,

 

Same issue there with CORSAIR ONE 2017; I was unable to run the 20H2 update on Windows Pro before unintalling Corsair Link 4. Once the update done I can install back Corsair Link for Corsair One found on Corsair website but the launch of Corsair link generate a blue screen, fatal error and crash the PC. Even the restore of windows 10 generate blue screen during installation at 66%. No other choice than using an external recovery disk to finally install properly Windows 10 PRO. I haven't yet re-tried to install and launch Corsair Link as I don't want to crash the computer.

Does anybody know if iCUE 3 is enough to control the temperature of the computer ?

I am relying on motherboard to control the fan speed; but I guess it is not controlling the pumps ? Am I right ?

Is anybody has been able to install and run Corsair Link with Windows 10 PRO 20H2 ?

Thank you for your help

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