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  1. Apologies in advance if this was posted in the wrong section -- new user, first post. I joined the forum to ask for some help with my Flash Voyager USB storage card. Earlier today, I was forced into visiting two libraries in the hopes of printing out some documents, but the flash drive was unable to connect to any computer into which it was plugged; normally, the blue indicator light on the flash drive will flicker as it connects to the computer without much of a wait, but now the light flashes briefly only once and remains solid without ever fully connecting to the computer with its files accessible. The afternoon before, I was making some final preparations for the documents ahead of printing them; two of the files were PDF documents, and I had finished editing them by adding text via the Microsoft Edge web browser. I saved the changes without incident and properly ejected the device, having seen no apparent problem with the device before earlier today. One librarian connected the flash drive to several other computers without any luck; that would prompt the suggestion that the flash drive may possibly have been corrupted somehow, while another librarian at the other location seemed stumped as to the cause of the problem, suggesting that the device may have just gone "kaput" for no rhyme or reason whatsoever. Again, the last action taken with this flash drive before this malfunction was executing a Save on these two PDF files via Microsoft Edge -- one-click save, no error message, no improper ejection. If the device had indeed been corrupted somehow, that final set of actions would have been the only probable cause. Once I returned home and attempted to connect my USB stick onto the very computer which it had been last successfully connected less than 24 hours earlier, I encountered the same connectivity problems. How this drive can go from functional to unfunctional in a matter of hours is a total mystery. Depending on the computer, the symptoms of the problem are slightly different: connecting the drive will not generate any pop-up Autoplay connection message, but the "Safely Remove Hardware And Eject Media" icon may still appear. A button for the disk drive may or may not appear, or might appear after waiting several moments (it normally would appear immediately upon being connected to the computer, usually within a few seconds). What's more, it won't display as "CORSAIR" like normal, but will have a general name of "USB Drive" instead, and won't indicate the presence of files or available disk space. If an attempt to eject the drive through the taskbar icon is made, the display (instead of "CORSAIR") will read "SM324BC MEMORY BAR" as the inserted device. Depending on the computer, attempting to double-click or right-click the "USB Drive" icon will either freeze the folder, making it unresponsive, or will prompt a pop-up message asking to "please insert a disk" as though one isn't present. I wanted to be as concise as possible in explaining the last 24 hours here, so I have also included screen captures of how the flash drive has performed since getting it home earlier this evening to go along with the information included above. If anyone can possibly diagnose the problems I've described, and perhaps most importantly suggest any corrective measures to take here, please feel welcome to reply with whatever information you can offer. I'm sure this isn't a new, unfamiliar problem to the forum over the years, so please feel free to share any advice that could diagnose the issue, or may provide some probable fix for it. Thanks in advance for any comments or replies after this message. - SirAMaDon_790
  2. Is there any way to change channel on this device so that it can be used in conjunction with my G903? Right now it's causing random hitching in my mouse tracking and I'm about to refund this thing.
  3. Hi everyone... i have a Corsair Irionclaw mouse and I am having issues with the cursor. As I move the mouse, the pointer just won't play along. It jumps around when I start moving the mouse. I've tried wireless, moving the connector to different ports, unplugging other devices, and then Bluetooth is just a nightmare...whole different story. I have also uninstalled, and reinstalled...Updated! Any Ideas? I bought it last week and still haven't been able to use it. I am mainly concerned about it working on wireless. I can deal with BT after I sort out the wireless later. >>>> LOL...as luck would have it, I but the Ironclaw and Corsair really starts pushing for the Dark Core Pro RGB! I am wanting that instead now! <<<< :beatchair:beatchair
  4. Hello. Not a problem at all... but i research a lot and can't find anything about this particular connector by side of USB plug on H80I pump. What is it for? Can i connect something there and it will work on Corsair Link? https://imgur.com/a/SYGGOlm Thanks!:
  5. I just got a Corsair Virtuoso SE headset and have run into two issues for which I am hoping you all can provide a solution. First, what is the preferred dongle connection? Specifically, is USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 preferred, and is there a performance difference? Second, is a direct USB connection preferred, or is a USB hub acceptable? Next, I have found that my system, which has no USB issues with any of the many other devices, including a wireless mouse and a wireless gamepad, runs into sporadic issues with the Virtuoso. I will finish using it in WIRELESS mode and turn it off by moving the switch to the wired mode. I come back to the system later on and turn on the headset (to use it wirelessly), only to find that it does not get discovered by the computer. This seems to occur in one of two different ways. Situation #1: The headset pairs with the dongle fine (the light turns white), but the headset does not get discovered by the computer. Opening Device Manager does not show the device, the device is not seen in iCue, etc. Most of the time I can power off the headset (put it in wired mode) and move the dongle to a different port on a different USB bus and get it to appear. Sometimes this does not work and I have to reboot the computer (which is unacceptable). Situation #2: The headset does not pair with the dongle (the light stays red) and the headset does not get discovered by the computer. In all other ways, including symptoms and solutions, this problem behaves like #1. There is something going on between the Virtuoso and the PC that causes this problem. It is not a USB problem - again, I have multiple wired USB devices, as well as 1 - 2 other USB wireless (dongle) devices that work 100% fine - this problem never occurs to any of them. This problem is not systemic, it is specific to the Virtuoso. I have two questions regarding this headset not getting discovered in wireless mode: -Question 1: Is there anything that can be done from a setting perspective to prevent this from happening? -Question 2: What can I do to discover the headset in such a situation? A reboot is NOT a solution. I am interested in a better solution - perhaps forcing the system to rescan for USB devices, etc. I have already tried a "devcon findall *" and it did nothing. I also tried Device Manager, right clicking "Sound, video, and game controllers", and selecting "Scan for hardware changes" - did not work. As I reported earlier, moving the dongle to a new USB slot often, but not always, works. I am interested in a solution that always works. Thanks for your time! P.S. I am running Windows 10 1909 with all current patches. I am also running the newest firmware (0.17.149 headset, 0.15.76 dongle). I have a K70 LUX RGB also using iCue, but the problem does not seem to be iCue-related, it seems more USB-related.
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