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  1. I had to move my pc to a different location in the house. I unplugged everything from the mobo and hit the power switch on the ax1500i to off. After plugging everything back in, I hit the power switch then hit the case power and the pc would turn on, then right away turn off and would keep repeating this like its trying to boot but it can't. I didn't mess with any cables inside, it was just a simple move of the pc. So, I unplugged everything again, opened up the case and fiddled with some cables to make sure everything was in all the way and tried to boot without anything plugged in. IT WORKED..... but not for long. I thought ok, it can boot, so I turned it off, plugged everything back in and again its doing the one second of trying to turn on. I've had my ax1500i since 2016. The only change I made recently was a new msi3080 in November but its been working absolutely fine since then. I did the self test on the ax1500i and it was green light the whole time. Any guidance would be appreciated :biggrin: Specs: ax1500i MSI Gaming Trio 3080 Sabertooth X99 Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB 4x8 i7-5960x
  2. Hello everyone, So I have a new XD3 pump. Whenever I boot my PC or wake it, the pump runs at full speed before settling down to my speed set in iCue. That being said, this XD3 is replacing a XD5 I had and that pump didn't create any noise on boot/wake. I have it plugged into port #6 on my Commander Pro, and also tried setting the fan type as "4 pin" and "auto" to no avail. Auto makes it run at roughly medium speed for about 5 seconds, while 4 pin makes it run at max speed for about 1 second. How can I set the pump to make no noise when booting/waking like my XD5 did? Thanks.
  3. Hello everyone, So I have a new XD3 pump. Whenever I boot my PC or wake it, the pump runs at full speed before settling down to my speed set in iCue. That being said, this XD3 is replacing a XD5 I had and that pump didn't create any noise on boot/wake. I have it plugged into port #6 on my Commander Pro, and also tried setting the fan type as "4 pin" and "auto" to no avail. Auto makes it run at roughly medium speed for about 5 seconds, while 4 pin makes it run at max speed for about 1 second. How can I set the pump to make no noise when booting/waking like my XD5 did? Thanks.
  4. Hey there, need some help please. As the title says, my PC won't boot after installing the fans as per manual. It was working totally fine before installing the fans. After installation i turned the power on and the fan leds turned on but the fans didn't spin. The PC didnt boot at all so wasn't able to get to the iCUE software which was installed as i have a corsair keyboard with RGB as well. I went back on my steps, disconnected all cables including the sata from the PSU and still nothing. Checked on the BIOS and all booting info is correct, the GPU, CPU and M.2 drives (boot and data) are all being recognized by the MOBO. This is the fans i got: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075VGN4M1/ref=cm_sw_r_em_apa_i_CJrPEb5M909FQ This is my hardware info: Asus PRIME X570-PRO ATX AM4 Motherboard AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor G.Skill Trident Z Neo 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3600 Memory Samsung 970 Evo Plus 250 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive Sapphire Radeon RX 5700 XT 8 GB NITRO+ Video Card EVGA SuperNOVA G3 1000 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply Please help me!
  5. I have a self-build PC here (not built by me) that is performing very strangely. When it is turned on it starts up, everything turns and fans spin, but then it shuts down and the last code that I can see is 39, though I suspect there may be another that flashes quickly. It then goes throught the exact same process and shuts down with a code 39 again, but on the third boot, it stays on, however, there is nothing displayed on the screen and the Motherboard is showing a code 18 ... any ideas very welcome, please !!! The MB is an ASUS ROG Maximus XI Hero Z390, I have removed the GEFORCE RTX2080 video card and gone to on-board graphics but it's made no difference.
  6. I recieved my k68 brand new a few days ago, since the first day i noticed quite a few issues. Mainly the fact that the keyboard does not turn on when my computer is turned on. The keyboard also stops working after a random amount of time, until re plug i into the usb port. I've tried evereything i could think of to fix it, i updated all my drivers, reset the keyboard, forced a firmware update, reinstalled icue(seemed odd but support sugested it lol), but to no avail. I found a few forum threads on the same issue but none gave a sollution. I tested the keyboard on several pc's with USB 3.0, but with the same outcome. Does anyone know why this happens and how to fix it? it really bums me out because its such a nice keyboard.
  7. This issue has been going on for a couple weeks now. It started the computer not booting. I would hit the power button, and stare at a black screen for 30 minutes before I give up. Cleared CMOs which works sometimes. Most of the time, i have to just keep repowering until it boots. I also started noticing severe drops in my fps, i don't think its an internet issue as it occurs in single player games as well. The Corsair One Diagnostics program claims everything is running fine, but there is no reason this computer shouldn't be able to run fornite on the lowest possible settings higher than 20fps if a phone can run it better. I tried resetting windows, but i've still had shutdowns & garbage fps. I've noticed that unplugging the keyboard increases the chances that the computer boots properly. If there is an update hitting, shutdown then booting has a higher chance of booting than if I hit restart (i've concluded its possibly due to difference in booting via the fast boot that does not occur when restarting). If i hit restart, its like 0% chance that the computer doesn't black screen. I'm not sure what ways/how i can fix this issue. I do not mind mailing it in to be fixed if needed. Anyone have any suggestions?
  8. Servus, mein M65 Pro Maus ist manchmal nach dem Boot nicht aktiv. Nur Reboot hilft. Durchschnittlich tritt das Problem bei jedem dritten Start auf. Zusätzlich zu der Maus ist noch eine K55 Tastatur und das VOID Wireless Dolby 7.1 RGB Gaming Headset an den Rechner angeschlossen. Danke
  9. First off, system specs: Samsung SSDm2 -500 GB, Asus Strix 970GTX, Corsair Vengeance pro PC3 19200 -2x8GB Intel Core i5-4590 Asus Z97 Pro Wifi Ac Windows 8 64 bit Corsair AX760i - Because I wanted a very good PSU :mad: Corsair H80iGT Cooler I decided to share my experience with Corsair when I was building this new machine. So everything was brand new and I put together the parts hoping system would come up. As soon as turned on the system, it won't turn on. I would hear a clicking noise from PSU and all fans would turn on and another clicking noise and system goes down. The loop continues till I take the power cable off the PSU. I couldnt even imagine PSU was an issue but after 2-3 hours of t/shooting, fix was - Remove all the cables from PSU and put them back in. System turned on fine and worked for a month. Then again one day, decided to get stuck in the loop. Then started to show this issue every week and then every day. Fix was always to unplug everything from PSU and put it back. Anyways, I turned up to RMA and got weird response. They told me AX760i is obsolete and they don't have it. :eek: I was offered a replacement with AX860i which I thought was good enough. Now 860i was even worse. After connecting everything, system came up fine for 17-21 seconds. I thought it might be an OS issue so I went to BIOS but same thing. At this time, I was very angry. Again to RMA and I was sure 760i/860i are garbage. There is a serious issue with these supplies which you can read about all over this forum and Corsair tech support guy told me that this model is not affected by this issue of rebooting. Anyways, my next choice was Hx750i and I am not kidding. Placed everything together and it turned up fine without any issues. No clicking noise. No reboots. No issues. RMA case open - 4th August 2015 HXi received - 16th Sept. 2015 Waste of my time/energy - 100% Not looking for any responses here but before buying digital PSU's, consider my experience. There is something seriously wrong with the digital PSU's which leads them to drive the system crazy at startup. And Corsair doesnt have guts to admit it as well. I mean read around, this forum is filled with those issues which I experienced. And you know what, everytime, I thought it can't be Corsair; may be my MOBO is bad or something else is but everytime, Corsair PSU was the culprit. I must say. My faith in the product quality has gone down. If HXi didnt work, I was ready to dump the Corsair brand and go for Cooler Master or may be Antec. Hope this helps someone else. PS: RMA process is very slow and I cant blame the Tech's. They are just doing their job
  10. Muy buenas. Tengo un teclado Corsair RGB MX Silent. Con el sistema arrancado funciona bien (algún que otro bug con la iluminación, pero sucede poco y no viene al caso). El problema llega cuando quiero arrancar la BIOS del sistema. Al encender el ordenador, el teclado arranca con las teclas en color rojo y blanco. Cuando pulso DEL para entrar en la BIOS, o F12 para arrancar la configuración de arranque, o cualquier cosa previa al arranque del sistema operativo, el teclado no funciona. Si conecto cualquier otro teclado antiguo, ya sea por USB o por PS2, no hay problema, pero con el Corsair es imposible. He enchufado el teclado tanto a puertos USB 2.0 como USB 3.0; incluso he conectado uno de los dos enchufes a un 2.0 y el otro a un 3.0; pero nada. También he probado con un solo enchufe USB (pues uno de los dos parece que solamente sirve como apoyo, o para dar corriente al USB integrado en el teclado). Ahora viene lo más curioso. Cuando compré el teclado hace un mes me sucedió esto que comento. Después de hacer mil pruebas (puse el teclado en modo BIOS, se me quedó colgado, casi lo jodo para siempre... en fin, ¡un tema!) al final, en una de esas, ¡FUNCIONÓ! Logré entrar en la BIOS. Apagué y volví a encender el PC unas cuantas veces y ya pude entrar siempre en la BIOS sin problema... no sé exactamente qué pasaría, pero se solucionó. Pues bien, hoy, un mes después, he vuelto a intentar entrar en la BIOS y de nuevo se ha jodido el asunto. No hay manera de entrar. Tengo que coger de nuevo un teclado antiguo para poder configurar la BIOS. Comento que en la BIOS he probado a activar y desactivar el USB Legacy Support, y que mi placa base tiene la BIOS actualizada a la última versión. Se trata de una Gigabyte G1.Sniper Z87, con la BIOS F4 (la más reciente que hay en la web). La utilidad de Corsair también indica que el firmware del teclado es el más actual: 2.05. ¿Alguna solución? Muchas gracias
  11. Good afternoon, After this update every time I boot my computer a couple of seconds later I get an app crash from corsair link software. If I restart it as long as I don't minimize it to the tray it doesn't crash. Is anyone else experiencing these issues? I had absolutely no problems before this version. My Corsair hardware is the H80iGT. Any help would be most appreciated. http://img4.imagetitan.com/img4/5eQzO6lJF2Qv6ij/16/16_screenshot2017-05-2612.18.57.png Thank you.
  12. Hi everyone! I was hoping to find some advice because I was unlucky everywhere else I looked. Every time I restart my computer, my keyboard boots with the red and white settings. I have deleted this profile from CUE and the only profile I have is the one I'd like to boot with. Once I log onto windows (and CUE starts automatically in the background) my profile activates. Is there any way to have my profile activate upon booting my computer so that the red and white settings are no longer existent during restart? I have CUE v2.11.115. Thank you all in advance!
  13. Hi guys, I've searched Google and this forum extensively for any potential solutions, but couldn't find something specifically pertaining to my RAM and this mobo. I have an Asus Z170 Pro Gaming motherboard, and Corsair DDR2400 8GB RAM (2x modules, so 16GB total). The part number of the RAM modules are CMK8GX4M1A2 400C14. So here's what's happening: 1) If I put the RAM into slots 4 and 2, the PC doesn't POST. 2) If I only put one module into slot 4, it POSTs fine. 3) If I put one module into slot 4 and another into slot 3, it POSTs fine, but is obviously single-channel. When it does POST, the mobo sees the RAM at 2133MHz. I then have to enable XMP to get it up to 2400MHz (and that works fine). What I've tried: I tried putting in only 1 module into slot 4. The PC POST'ed, and I went into the BIOS and enabled XMP for 2400MHz. I then rebooted, and shut down. Put the second module into slot 2, and started up the PC again. But again, no POST. Some people suggest I do the following: Put in only one module into slot 4. Get into the BIOS, and disable XMP and set it to manual. Then set the speed and timings manually, reboot, power down, and install the second module into slot 2. I'm not sure if that would work, but regardless - I have no idea what timings etc to fill in there, and absolutely no idea what voltage. Can anyone help me out there? Or does anyone know of any other way to get these modules to run in dual-channel? EDIT: My BIOS is on the latest update (1805)
  14. I bought year ago i7-6700K, Asus Z170 Pro Gaming and Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x4GB 3000MHz 15 CL (CMK8GX4M2B3000C15). I tried to use XMP (3000 MHz) and it dosn't work. So I left it on default 2133 MHz. I'd say new bios should fix it. And nooooothing.... XMP on latest bios still dosn't work. Pc dosn't boot and reboot after it with default settings (http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?t=149795). Few months ago I needed to buy more memory so i did buy Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x8GB 3000MHz 15 CL (CMK16GX4M2B3000C15R). I put to dimms [ofcourse on default settings (2133 MHz)]: 2x4GB (CMK8GX4M2B3000C15) + 2x8GB (CMK16GX4M2B3000C15R) - [A1, B1 / A2, B2] - MemTest86 v7.1 with many errors. 2x8GB (CMK16GX4M2B3000C15R) - MemTest86 v7.1 without errors. 2x4GB (CMK8GX4M2B3000C15) - MemTest86 v7.1 without erros. So I bought new motherboard Asrock Z170 Extreme 4 (latest bios). MemTest86 v7.1 on 2133 MHz.... And???????????? Same!!!!!!!!! Errors on 2x4 + 2x8. Same situations like before. On 2x8GB or 2x4GB its okey. But one thing. Finally XMP working! Working on 2x4 + 2x8 too, but on this system and pc is not stable, like an errors on MemTest86 v7.1. On 2x4 or 2x8 XMP working good, stable system, pc, MemTest86 - yeah!. And now. Why these RAMs dosn't work on full of dimms?! It's not motherboard fault. Tested 2 other and same effect. These RAMs are almost identical - brand, frequency, timings, voltages..., every fu**ing thing, only one difference 1 stick = 4GB not 8GB, sorry, two - other colour... What can I do. I wanna have good hardware. I didn't buy cheap hardware but expensive and efficient hardware and I wanna have stable system. Do I demand too much?
  15. Hi all, My dad decided to fill his computer with so much information that when his system downloaded some Windows update overnight it filled the small amount of the drive left to 100%. The system crashed and on reboot the OS begins to load slowly before opening up recovery options. I tried using Macrium Reflect to image the drive but it ran too slowly and came up with an error on every block because it can't read them correctly because the partition is locked. i then booted to Ubuntu and tried to mount the drive but I got an error saying something along the lines of: "The NTFS partition is in an unsafe state. Please resume and shutdown Windows fully (no hibernation or fast restarting), or mount the volume read-only with the 'ro' mount option." I tried mounting the drive in read only mode to no avail, and I also couldn't delete the Hibernation file. Using MiniTool Partition Wizard Free I could see the partition and view the files on there, but there's no option to delete files. I deleted the Macrium Reflect partition at the end of the drive but couldn't extend the OS partition because the partition is too full to function. Does anyone have any idea on how to get access to the files on the system so I can delete some to create space for the system to boot so I can backup and reload? Cheers in advance, Paul
  16. Hi all, Am no native English so sorry for any typos or weird things in text. Running Windows 10 Pro 64 bit on a X79a gd65(8d) with a 3930k CPU with 16GB RAM. Anyway I have run into a problem that is related to my new PSU: a RM750i. I already did a RMA but it's returned because all is good according to store. Yet my problem persists with this PSU. I bought this PSU to replace my old one. Don't need that juice anymore + wanted something more silent and efficient. So all good, all connected, PC runs fine. First day after was no prob, but second day I had issues when I turned on PC. Nothing wrong day before, no updates bla bla or whatever. What happens is that it gets in a boot loop: at first it can't start up so it hangs for a few seconds on the very first step of the mobo and then restarts. This happens 2-3 times and then it gets further in the sequence at a random step and hangs a few times. Then it's able to boot fully and all works. I can shutdown after that, no problem with boot even if it's down for 2-3 hours. But the next day the cycle repeats if it has been turned of all night for like 8 hours. PSU still connected to wall btw. Took me a while to trouble shoot several possible issue's and causes like run stock bios settings, drivers, updates, check connectors, nothing OCed blablabla. With googling issue no results. So far no luck, but since I also had to reset bios everytime the problem looked like a bad battery for a car when it's cold and can't start the car. To solve that you change the battery. So I swapped the CMOS battery. That seemed to help. However after 3 days I had a single reboot when 'cold' and after 5 it was the old cycle again. Tried this with another: same result. So The CMOS battery gets drained somehow it looks like. However when putting my old PSU in all works fine with all 3 batteries. A last thing I tried before I returned is eliminate a few things by using the PSU's together and resulted in the following: I can let everything run trough the RM750i with the cables except the 24 pin CPU connector. As soon as I use the 24 pin I get the boot issue. But as long as the one from my old PSU is connected all works and is fine. So any ideas what this is and how to avoid it? Can't think anything that could be the cause. All different between PSU's is that I got from 1000w to 750w, I don't have the corsair link USB cable connected and the PSU was on single rail mode. So after I had the problem again, I connected the USB cable and have also set the single rail to multirail. But that should not be a issue, so I doubt it helps tommorow. Share thoughts and ideas because I am out of them besides completly returning it and ask money back.
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