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I have a brand new 16" M1 Max Macbook running Monterey 12.1 and iCUE 4.18.209. This software becomes non-responsive (spinning wait cursor when hovering over icue in menu) multiple times per day requiring a force quit. As soon as it becomes non-responsive, my button maps no longer work. Highly irritating. Any suggestions? If this continues, I'm going to have to ditch this Nightsword RGB mouse.

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I have the same problem: M1 Macbook Pro, latest macOS updates, latest iCUE version.

iCUE crashes almost every time I wake the laptop up. I have to force-quit the app and restart it to get it working again.

My setup is very basic: Corsair Scimitar mouse, default profile, only adjusted sensitivity and a couple button combos. Still crashes many times per day.

Any ETA on a fix to make iCUE work properly on M1 MacBooks? It looks like several of us are having the exact same problem.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Got the

On 12/26/2021 at 11:07 PM, byMaxGames said:

same problem,and also the core audio driver goes up to 25gb of ram when i have opened icue

Got the same issues. Icue crashed almost every day.

 

"M1 Macbook Pro, latest macOS updates, latest iCUE version. "

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iCUE crashes for me whenever I change the default output device from MacBook Pro Speakers to my RME Fireface UCX II. If the default devices is already changed, iCUE won't launch at all. I don't know why iCUE is messing with audio to have such a dependency.

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