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The latest Corsair iCUE 4.25.155 does not fix this.

nVidia GRD above 512.95 removes the GPU from iCUE. MB is still listed. This has been the case for the last few nVidia driver releases.
Rolling back the nVidia driver to 512.95 fixes GPU RGB availability. I have done two OS clean installs.

Has anyone else run into this and had an alternate fix?
I don't think my hardware combination is especially rare.

Corsair iCUE 4.25.155 (released in last day or so)
nVidia GRD 516.59
Armoury Crate is up to date. MB/GPU RGB works from the crate.
All drivers up to date.

Windows 11 Pro 64-bit (2H22 22622.290)
ASUS CROSSHAIR VIII FORMULA (BIOS 4201)
AMD Ryzen 9 5950X
H115i ELITE CAPELLIX + Node + 8x LL140's
128GB Vengeance RGB Pro
ASUS ROG Strix (O11G) - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 TI OC
Samsung SSD 980 PRO 2TB
K95 Platinum XT
Dark Core Pro SE
Virtuoso XT
Crystal 680X RGB w/HX1200i

 

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22 minutes ago, xRacerX7x said:

I have done two OS clean installs.

There no need for that. This widely discussed in multiple forum posts. Nvidia severed the link between CUE and Nvidia/Asus GPUs with their 516 driver series. It’s not clear if this can be fixed on this end or not since we don’t know the root cause. If you really need CUE control over your gpu lighting, you need to stay on 512.xx or earlier. If you really need the 516 driver for some new release game, go to CUE settings and turn off plugins to release the gpu and motherboard back to Armory Crate. Regardless of GPU brand, you may want to stay on the 512 series anyway. Most testers are reporting an across the board performance decrease with 516. 

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Hi @xRacerX7x,

@c-attack is correct. Unfortunately there's no permanent fix at the moment. However, you can also try to run iCue as administrator. This way it should work even with driver version 516.95.

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1 hour ago, Corsair LandLubber said:

Hi @xRacerX7x,

@c-attack is correct. Unfortunately there's no permanent fix at the moment. However, you can also try to run iCue as administrator. This way it should work even with driver version 516.95.

YOOOOO,  running it as an admin worked! Thank you!

quick question, is there a way to run icue as admin as default when icue launches at start up?

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@eggmunch Yes, right click on the iCue.exe, then select compatibility and enable "Run as administrator".

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6 hours ago, Corsair LandLubber said:

@eggmunch Yes, right click on the iCue.exe, then select compatibility and enable "Run as administrator".

Hi yes, I've  been having the exact same issue and seems to have resolved it by making icue run as admin from default startup. However, the RGB has a tendency to get stuck while finishing games and returning to client in games like League of Legends. Then, the only thing that works is restarting iCue, which is really annoying. Any tips?

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Thank you very much for this tip.
It also works on my side.
Only downside iCue no longer starts automatically with Windows, I have to start it manually.
So I created a scheduled task that starts in the same way "iCue Launcher.exe"
If anyone has another tip, I'm all ears.

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Thank you very much for the tip but can someone help me to create the right way the scheduled task for iCue? I tried theboth iCue.exe and iCuelauncher.exe but neither works, I must start manually every Windows boot.

Thanks

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I can but it's in French Windows 11...

First you need to run in admin mode for all users only on "iCue Launcher.exe" in the "C:\Program Files\Corsair\CORSAIR iCUE 4 Software\" directory:

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Then go to "Task Scheduler" and "Create a schedule" (on the right), and fill it in like this:

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You just need to request an autostart of "iCue Launcher.exe" with the "--autorun" argument like autostart did when it was running.

The problem I've noticed is that it's no longer enough to double-click the iCue icon in the taskbar to bring up the software, but a click and "Bring to Front".

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I hope I've helped you ?

See you later

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6 hours ago, Bob1361 said:

I can but it's in French Windows 11...

First you need to run in admin mode for all users only on "iCue Launcher.exe" in the "C:\Program Files\Corsair\CORSAIR iCUE 4 Software\" directory:

image.png.55909f8de85bd339ba2163498b4adcb7.png

Then go to "Task Scheduler" and "Create a schedule" (on the right), and fill it in like this:

image.png.2f4195a24d83cc5e5d50a06a646d0e81.png

image.pouce.png.0535515eea5f346d08c6c1ade6b28586.png

image.pouce.png.e995cff6a7a5927d7b5bfc2731dcd541.png

image.png.4e78dfb5b5ab035411ff83a47af74aba.png

image.png.f0283d80977fdfa9e9de2011f1594f4f.png

You just need to request an autostart of "iCue Launcher.exe" with the "--autorun" argument like autostart did when it was running.

The problem I've noticed is that it's no longer enough to double-click the iCue icon in the taskbar to bring up the software, but a click and "Bring to Front".

image.png.19855658280f20b7a4caf230016206b7.png

I hope I've helped you ?

See you later

it worked, thank you very much, I really appreciate it

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