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Can anyone confirm ICUE is working on latest Windows 11 build?

My new M.2 is coming tommorow and i would like to install Win11.

 

I was a insider for Windows 10 from the start and i kinda know what to expect.

But i also remember i had some problems with drivers/software back then.

And since i am using a H150i Elite, and ICUE is the only way to control the AIO...

 

Curious if anyone is running Windows 11 allready, and can confirm ICUE is working.

I expect it does because 11 is very simulair but still would be nice if someone could confirm this.

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Hello, Virtuoso user here and equalizer isn't working for me, everything else (K95 almost, CoPro, Dark Core Pro) is working smoothly. I just noticed some stuttering in the keyboard illumination.

 

iCUE v. 4.12.214

Virtuoso v. 5.2.68

Windows 11 22000.51

 

Edit: Surround and Auto Audio Repositioning aren't working neither

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Hello, Virtuoso user here and equalizer isn't working for me, everything else (K95 almost, CoPro, Dark Core Pro) is working smoothly. I just noticed some stuttering in the keyboard illumination.

 

iCUE v. 4.12.214

Virtuoso v. 5.2.68

Windows 11 22000.51

 

Edit: Surround and Auto Audio Repositioning aren't working neither

 

Windows 11 is in beta/preview builds and is not an official launch. At this time we do not have official support for iCUE on Windows 11.

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On 7/9/2021 at 1:37 PM, PanDamien said:

 

Same, would be nice if Corsair could try to look into it for the next update even tho its a dev build

That's tough to do, from a business perspective. Windows 11 is a moving target and, as it is beta, there are going to be bugs/issues with it. It's a lot of time and work to track down and confirm OS bugs - time (and money) that, really, has little value to the business. So while I'm sure that the Corsair dev team is doing to early and preliminary testing on Windows 11, I'd doubt that they will be doing very much until we get builds closer to release quality. It's too hard to justify it from a business perspective.

I can say that, were I the dev/tech lead on it, I'd do initial investigation for the backlog but not allocate many, if any, story points for a particular sprint fixing things just yet. It's too early and there's no point in wasting the time (and money) in tracking down something that Microsoft will fix.

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Hello,

Precisely, I just installed Windows 11 Pro and my Corsair VOID Wireless headset does not appear in iCue, so not possible to adjust the equalizer or the RGB but it still works.

My mouse, keyboard, watercooling and motherboard are well recognized.

Do others have the same concerns?

Thank you.
Regards.

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Hi,

My RTX 2080Ti is no longer recognised on Windows 11 since upgrade.
everything else but my sdd's is recognised.

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for those who haven't updated yet, maybe it's worth waiting for iCUE updates, since the OS only just came out.

If on top of that you're on Ryzen, more reasons to wait a bit :

https://www.amd.com/en/support/kb/faq/pa-400

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LS100 hardware lighting stopped working with Windows 11 update.

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Nick just posted the changelog for 4.16.187 featuring :

• iCUE is now fully compatible with Windows 11

 

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13 minutes ago, LeDoyen said:

Nick just posted the changelog for 4.16.187 featuring :

• iCUE is now fully compatible with Windows 11

 

Where can you download 4.16.187? Within iCUE it shows no updates available and on the iCUE download page it shows 4.15.153 as the latest.

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On 10/7/2021 at 2:49 AM, deathbox85 said:

Hi,

My RTX 2080Ti is no longer recognised on Windows 11 since upgrade.
everything else but my sdd's is recognised.

At a minimum, you will need to add the GPU back to the dashboard after the update.  You also may need to reinstall the GPU driver after updating to Windows 11 if still not detected.  

 

Drive widgets need to be added back to the dashboard via the settings->dashboard->storage drive widgets any time you fresh install CUE.  

 

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On 10/7/2021 at 7:11 PM, LeDoyen said:

Nick just posted the changelog for 4.16.187 featuring :

• iCUE is now fully compatible with Windows 11

 

I am on v4.16.194 and my VOID Wireless RGB is still not recognized by iCue.

I uninstalled and deleted the driver, nothing to do.

It works, but no configuration possible.

I did not do the Win11 update but a clean install.

Regards.

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Updated to 4.16.187, LS100 Hardware Lighting still does not work since updating to Windows 11. Intended hardware lighting is 0,0,0 when computer is off which only works in 2 out of 6 light units. The rest stay on. 

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Yes I have this issue to. Even after the latest update (4.16.194). my keyboard and ram lightings worked for a minute but when I rebooted it no longer was recognised by ICUE. Because the commander pro isnt recognised by ICUE I cant controll my fans, so i can do absolutly nothing that would heat up my PC.

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WARNING:

Insider build 22478 breaks iCue.


App runs and sensors for m'board, cpu and gpu show temps but all corsair devices are missing:
No Controller Pro, Lighting Node, XD pump, K95 keyboard
so can't control fans or lighting

Repair and remove/reboot/reinstall or update of iCue made no difference

iCue 4.15.163 and 4.16.194 on 2 different X570 systems, ASUS Rog and MSI Meg

Rolled Win 11 build back to 22471 and iCue immediately working as normal again

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58 minutes ago, pablo olbap said:

WARNING:

Insider build 22478 breaks iCue.


App runs and sensors for m'board, cpu and gpu show temps but all corsair devices are missing:
No Controller Pro, Lighting Node, XD pump, K95 keyboard
so can't control fans or lighting

Repair and remove/reboot/reinstall or update of iCue made no difference

iCue 4.15.163 and 4.16.194 on 2 different X570 systems, ASUS Rog and MSI Meg

Rolled Win 11 build back to 22471 and iCue immediately working as normal again

how do I roll back? I have Windows 11 Pro 

 

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3 hours ago, pablo olbap said:

WARNING:

Insider build 22478 breaks iCue.


App runs and sensors for m'board, cpu and gpu show temps but all corsair devices are missing:
No Controller Pro, Lighting Node, XD pump, K95 keyboard
so can't control fans or lighting

Repair and remove/reboot/reinstall or update of iCue made no difference

iCue 4.15.163 and 4.16.194 on 2 different X570 systems, ASUS Rog and MSI Meg

Rolled Win 11 build back to 22471 and iCue immediately working as normal again

 

2 hours ago, Ofdag said:

how do I roll back? I have Windows 11 Pro 

 

I can also confirm that the latest version of W11 completely breaks everything in iCue. I have 12 LL's running off of two commander pro's as well as a complete CPU HydroX loop, and a K95 / K83 KB. 

 

Nothing detected. All hardware fails to load. There appears to be a slight "reset" as my system displays the default hardware color mode every few seconds or so, but nothing ever shows up in the application.

This is Windows 11 Pro Build 22478.rs_prerelease.211008-1414, iCue 4.15.163 and 4.16.194. 

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I too can confirm i have the latest Windows 11 build and latest ICUE build and the only thing that shows up are the motherboard sensors.

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Also, due to @pablo olbap's use of the word "M'Board" I can now only picture my Z390 Aorus Master running around with a fedora drinking some cheeto stained mountain dew, and I will forever refer to it as the "m'board" from henceforth. Ye be warned, Corsair.

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