OdinValknir Posted December 5, 2013 Share Posted December 5, 2013 I am currently working on this issue.. so I may update as I go along... but here is the idea... Shortly after upgrading my CPU from an AMD FX-4100 Zambezi quad core to an FX-6300 Vishera 6core I bought the H100I to upgrade from the H60.. after installing it and playing around a bit.. I found that the H100i comes set up to use Corsair Link.. now I know there are other programs out there that read temps and control fans etc.. but as the 4 fans I am using are plugged INTO the cooling block itself.. the programs I have do not monitor those particular fans since they are not plugged into my MOBO... So.. I went and downloaded the corsair link software from the corsair site.. I got version 2.4.5110 and when I try to install it.. it gets about 1/4 through installation and then the whole computer crashes with a BSOD.. stop code is 0x00000135.. I called Corsair's tech support and the tech said he had never heard of Link having issues with windows 7.. they know about issues with 8 and 8.1 but never 7.. and that he has 2 machines at home and at work both with windows 7 home premium 64bit and has link on both machines and no issues... I guess my next step is to try an older version of link and see if that works.. but at the moment I am at a loss.. I am however updating my mobo chipset drivers and such to see if that makes any difference.. Here are my PC specs: MOBO: Gigabyte GA-990fxa-ud3 CPU: AMD FX series 6300 vishera 6-core RAM: Patriot 2x 4GB GPU: MSI Twin Frozr 760 PSU: Cooler Master 600W HDD: 1x WD Green 500GB, 1x WD Green 3TB Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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