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Take a look at the main LCD top thread in the troubleshooting section. There are a lot of possible causes, but generally the (!) is a usb connection error and not a more critical type of failure. It is probably not related to the CUE 4.22 launch problem you’re experiencing. For that, try a repair install in the Windows Apps menu. Select Corsair iCUE and the “modify” option. This does not delete profile and settings data. 
 

https://forum.corsair.com/forums/topic/176547-elite-lcd-megathread/

 

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19 hours ago, c-attack said:

Take a look at the main LCD top thread in the troubleshooting section. There are a lot of possible causes, but generally the (!) is a usb connection error and not a more critical type of failure. It is probably not related to the CUE 4.22 launch problem you’re experiencing. For that, try a repair install in the Windows Apps menu. Select Corsair iCUE and the “modify” option. This does not delete profile and settings data. 
 

https://forum.corsair.com/forums/topic/176547-elite-lcd-megathread/

 

so i uninstalled and reinstalled to icue 4 but now my device shows a red blinking like with a 0 temp reading, icue 4 says it needs to be updated but it wont let me im stuck on this screen https://gyazo.com/7344c3ed7b7b5f473d3b2174cbcd1788

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Is there an Elite AIO under there somewhere?  Can't tell.  However, the general step 1 troubleshooting is to shutdown, flip the PSU switch off, wait 15 seconds, then flip it back on and power up.  This generally forces the device to hard reboot and run the detection again.  It also might be worth while to pop your LCD top off and remount.  Those are the two most common solutions across the board.  

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On 4/1/2022 at 5:03 PM, c-attack said:

Is there an Elite AIO under there somewhere?  Can't tell.  However, the general step 1 troubleshooting is to shutdown, flip the PSU switch off, wait 15 seconds, then flip it back on and power up.  This generally forces the device to hard reboot and run the detection again.  It also might be worth while to pop your LCD top off and remount.  Those are the two most common solutions across the board.  

so i got i, the problem was the screen resolution wasn't set correctly and was cutting off some app windows , i was able to continue

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