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  1. I guess this will never get fixed, so I accepted the need to repair the ICue Application everytime my macros stop working (Corsair Scimitar so a lot of buttons with different macros i have on it) But since the last few weeks (2 updates I think) it now requires a PC restart every single time? So before that I just needed to repair it, didnt need to close the game I was in and so on, unplugging or closing the programm wouldnt help. But now I need to restart my whole PC? I even thought its bc of Gforce experience, so now tried uninstalling that, which seemed to help because it didnt happen again... but bc of background recording requirements I reinstalled Gforce Experience and now the macros crash nearly every single day.... is there any fix for it? disabling plugins and other recommended settings didnt help heard, that its bc ICue uses hooking methods which are used by other programms too even tho ICue doesnt really need those Now that im also using the virtuoso headset, the restarting needs of the software are really really annoying for devices in total of 400$ When ICue would have any background recording feature like shadowplay which doesnt impact pc performance a lot I would be able to enjoy it... maybe Corsair thinks about that idea :(:
  2. Guten Tag, da ich hier neu bin aber auch Ahnung von Rechnern habe, aber dieser Fehler mich nunmal killt, bin ich nun auf der Suche nach einer Lösung des Problems hier auf das Forum gestoßen. Folgendes passiert: Ich Starte den Rechner wie gewohnt. Asus Armoury funktioniert ohne Probleme alles Leuchtet außer der Ram hat eine Statische Farbe Ich löse das Problem bei jedem Neustart des PC mit dem Button Dienst neustarten im ICUE Programm. Punkt 2. Wenn ich im Armoury Crate die LEDs auf Musik stelle, fängt irgendwann an der Ram in einer Farbe zu leuchten. Es wird im ICUE ein rotes Ausrufezeichen angezeigt. System: Motherboard: ASUS X570 - Pro CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 3900x AIO: 360mm ASUS STRIX GPU: ASUS NVIDIA RTX 2080 STRIX RAM: Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB :idea: Versuchte Lösungen: ICUE neuinstallieren Armoury Crate neuinstallieren (beides wurde komplett mit APPDATA Löschungen durchgeführt -- CCleaner) Bios schnellstart Funktion ausgeschalten Bios Asus Aura erzwungen Bios All Erzwungen Bios geupdatet Windows Neu installiert Angehangte Datei: Crash.zip
  3. I am in dire need of a BIOS downgrade for my 2017 Corsair One™ Pro (CS-9000011-NA). I'm looking for an early version of the BIOS, one that will allow me to manually set the PEG0 - Max Link Speed back to Gen1. I think I was running either version 4.QF or 4.QQ, and that was the last time my system was running consistently well. I understand there have been major security updates in the meantime, but what's the point of security if my $2300 USD computer is not working in the first place? Here's what happened: A week ago, I (finally) decided to do a BIOS update. I have been running the original factory BIOS version since originally receiving it back in 2017. First BIOS update I tried was version E7A66IZ1.4C1 (aka "the Spectre/Meltdown BIOS Update"), and then a few frustrating days later I installed and flashed the current version, 4C3. For the record, I followed all instructions as provided on your forum sticky, and reset the CMOS after each successful update. (Understand that I've been building and fixing PCs since the '486 days, so this isn't my first rodeo. :biggrin: ) Ever since applying the last two BIOS versions, where you invisibly locked the graphic card at Gen2, I've been unable to successfully boot my Pro into Windows without it locking up 4 times out of 5. (At this rate, I fear that I will have to replace the power button.) I'm at my wit's end by this point, since there seems to be no combination of BIOS setting or Windows re-install that will bring me back to stability. If anything, I'd like to just take my system back to its original configuration and pretend none of this ever happened. Note: My Pro is running a clean install off a Windows 10 202H ISO straight from microsoft.com. I've been through a myriad of BIOS settings, starting with the default optimized settings, and I'm still unable to attain the stability I had before the BIOS update. Cold starting the computer will usually result in a lock-up before the OS is even booted, sometimes a spontaneous restart happens where the Pro powers off and then back on, and even if the Windows login screen does appear, it will usually lock up before I can finish punching in my 4 digit PIN number. I recognize this behavior from a few years ago, before I found the Max Link Speed setting in my BIOS and switched it to Gen1. System ran fine afterwards, booted into Windows every time I switched it on. I know I'm late to the game on getting the PCI-e ribbon replaced (>1 year past warranty), and I'm sure there's a cost to video performance by throttling down to Gen1, but I NEED a working computer now, not an aluminum $2300 desktop conversation piece and angry clients wondering why I'm not meeting their deadline. Thanks.
  4. Hallo zusammen, ich habe seit ein paar Tagen das Problem, das wenn ich auf Dashboard klicke, die Icue Software sich aufhängt und dann abstürzt. Ich habe sie schon mehrmals neuinstalliert und alle Icue Daten von meinem PC gelöscht, es tritt jedoch immer wieder erneut auf. Hat jemand eine Idee woran es liegen könnte? Herzlichen Dank Nils
  5. About a year ago, I was experiencing random BSODs for two years straight. Found out it was a stick of RAM with a set of burned out contacts. Memtest86 didn't find anything, Windows RAM test found nothing. Suffice to say, I was absolute infuriated with this problem that seemed to have no solution. I replaced the bad stick of RAM and ended the BSODs. A couple of days ago, I started getting BSODs, again. I was beyond levid. Not wanting to experience another lengthy period of time of hardships, I set about finding the root of the problem. Downloading a program called blue screen viewer yielded some insanely useless results. http://i.imgur.com/eMZC0hK.png Here, you can see some generic errors like PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA and KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED, or even no stop code text at all. All the dumps indicated some error with the Microsoft Kernel, which I doubted was the source of the problem. Then, in my 12 entire years of using Windows, I discovered a new program on Windows, called Driver Verifier. Take a guess what it does. After some configuring, I was able to produce the following BSOD: http://i.imgur.com/7zk34BW.png I am now immediately uninstalling Corsair Utility Engine, and, for the foreseeable future, I am not installing another piece of Corsair software for the following reasons: To begin with: I frankly don't understand why keyboard software has to take up 200mb of my disk. Secondly: The interface is clunky, slow, and full of many unneeded graphics to make it appear flashy and comprehensive. Thirdly: The interface changes so frequently that never once have I ever been able to open the application and actually know what I'm doing in the two years that I've owned this keyboard (K70 RGB.) Fourthly: I don't know if this is true now, as I've downloaded CUE about three weeks ago, so, for all I know, CUE has now been updated to be a dating simulator, but, in my version, I don't know why, but CUE requires me to create an entire "lighting effect" if I want to light a certain set of keys with a certain color. Why, in previous versions, am I allowed to create one lighting zone with multiple colors, and now I am not, is a little painful. Fifth, and lastly: Going to corsair.com/downloads, pressing the download button, pressing "skip this step and download" because I don't want my personal info. to be sold by Corsair is a painful process, if, I want to stay up to date with the latest version of a keyboard software that doesn't crash my computer. I'm hoping that updating could be implemented into the actual program itself rather than having the user to update manually. Overall, not happy. The keys do make the nice clickety clack sounds. And in some long forgotten version of CUE, I was able to flash my lighting preset to the keyboard, so I always have my favorite lighting profile. But I do hope that in the near future, something as basic as a keyboard driver doesn't crash my computer.
  6. My computer randomly resets when it's not under high load and while playing games. However, it most commonly seems to occur during League of Legends. I built it fall of 2015, and starting fall of 2016 it started to have these random resets. The resets occur with no noise or any other type of warning, the screen just suddenly goes black, the tower lights turn off, then it powers itself back up. The resets come in couplets or triplets, and seem to be growing more frequent. I've now had about 4 events in the past week and a half. Most commonly I log back in and resume my game, which is when it then repeats itself one or two more times. Typically, it seems to be within the first hour or two of me having started up my computer, then it'll be fine for the rest of the night. I have had it reset again before getting back in the game, while opening skype and the other programs up, but that was only once. I set my active hours to fit when I play most, thinking it may be windows updating, however that had no effect. I tried going to the event viewer, using a guide for an error I found, but this hasn't solve the problem. I do not remember what the error was, but I believe it was a VPN app that was the issue, since I just jumped on the first error in the log I saw. The error and critical events are logged after the computer is turned back on, not sure if this is anything significant? In event viewer I find a kernel power error around the time of each reset, so I checked that my PSU and all the cables are plugged in properly. For this event I get the following data: EventData BugcheckCode 0 BugcheckParameter1 0x0 BugcheckParameter2 0x0 BugcheckParameter3 0x0 BugcheckParameter4 0x0 SleepInProgress 0 PowerButtonTimestamp 0 BootAppStatus 0 Checkpoint 0 ConnectedStandbyInProgress false SystemSleepTransitionsToOn 0 CsEntryScenarioInstanceId 0 I logged my CPU temps during a game of league and found the max temp to be 48 degrees celsius. I also have played Dark Souls 3, Battlefield 1, and WoW with no resets occurring while playing those. I used memtest briefly and that found no issues, however I could potentially go back and run it for multiple more passes. I also ran DSKCHK which completed saying no further actions are required. I've updated my Mobo bios and I keep my gpu drivers up to date. I've also tried patching the game, then I reinstalled it, still no luck. Any help will be greatly appreciated!
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