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  1. Hi everyone, I got my Dark Core RGB Pro SE yesterday, and after messing around with the software and looking for hours on forums and YouTube, I cannot figure out how to successfully bind the two upper left buttons on my mouse. I managed to bind every other button (forward, back, scroll click, etc.) but these two will always change my DPI settings. Even if I have only one DPI profile activated, or all three with the same DPI level, they still change whenever I press one of those two buttons. The mouse really comes advertised with these buttons as customizable buttons. A little bit of a letdown so far. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  2. I recently upgraded my Harpoon mouse to the Dark Core RGB Pro. On the Harpoon, the "middle button" (directly below the scroll/wheel) lit up with assigned DPI modes/settings and pressing the button would change/scroll through various DPI modes. I installed the Dark Core RGB and the middle button behaves completely different - it does not light up (unless being charged, then it is green OR when turned on or reconnecting, then it is white). Pressing the button no longer scrolls through the various DPI modes/settings but turns off all lights across all iCUE connected devices (mouse pad, keyboard, mouse, headphone stand). Any ideas if/how I can change this button's behavior? In the settings in iCUE I cannot even select the button to assign it or map it... Thanks!
  3. I've bought two of these beautiful mice, but have had the same issue from both retailers (one being Corsair's Amazon page, the other being Best Buy)... The middle mouse wheel on both can scroll up & down, click down, click right.... but when I go to click it left, it physically "clicks" but stays to the left (hardware-wise, not software related). I've contacted support for the first one and was informed that this isn't a normal feature, but to receive two mice from two different retailers that both have the same issue seems ridiculously odd to me. *Model# CH-9315511-NA Would anyone be able to explain this issue? Or even better, as I'm tired of waiting for a Corsair mouse to go with the entirety of my Corsair setup, a makeshift way to fix it? Thanks in advance if you have any info!
  4. When ever I plug my USB into my mouse I can only use it for the first 30 seconds before it stops working and i cannot move the mouse. My very temporary fix is to unplug it and plug it back in, this will give me another 30 seconds before i have to do it again. I am up to date on my drivers, firmware and all sorts. Any fixes, temporary or otherwise would be much appreciated. -Sam
  5. Hallo Zusammen, seit kurzem benutze ich die Corsair DARK CORE Se. Leider habe ich ein Problem mit der Wireless Maus. Der Status / Batterie wird mir lediglich als "Niedrig" angezeigt. Das Firmware (v3,36) ist das aktuellste und auch die Icue Software ist aktuell. Kann mir jemand helfen? LG http://prntscr.com/sga3xk
  6. So basically, I just bought a new Strafe Mk.2 Keyboard, the MM1000 Qi Wireless charging pad, and the Dark Core Se Qi Wireless. The issue is, I play a lot of GTA 5, and use the forward and back buttons to fly planes/helicopters, but when I go flying, it doesn't work, and when I go to key bindings to update it (since I have literally just come from a Razer Mamba Elite, and it is still registered as Mouse Button 4/5), it doesn't register on there either. For about 30 minutes I have been scrolling through iCue, with no signs of help on the product manual, or the software itself, and I don't know what to do in order to make the button register with the game.
  7. So I purchased my FIRST Dark core about 2 weeks ago. After getting it set up I immediately noticed in wireless mode my mouse will lag, randomly spike along my screen, and sometimes get completely displaced and get put to my secondary monitor, all the way to the top left corner. I took all the steps online to "ensure" a good connection, still had the problem so I contacted Corsair via twitter. They basically told me that I had a bad mouse and to return it for a new one... Now on my SECOND Dark core, and I immediately have the same problems. I noticed the problems happen when the ICUE app has :!: mark next to it. Even though my receiver is <1 foot away from my mouse, it's still having connection issues. Unless the firmware is still busted (I wouldn't be surprised) the only thing I can even think is causing a problem is my router (which runs at 2.4GHZ) that's ~6 feet away. So first off, is anyone else having this issue? I know it was a problem in the past, but I feel like I can't be alone. The posts on this forum are all duds that don't have any good info on them. Second, if you are having this issue, are you close to a router? I'm grasping at straws here at this point, and I don't even think I can return my second mouse.
  8. Hi all, I've been fighting this issue for a few months now, but nothing seems to be working for me. My Dark Core RGB refuses to stay on, and will turn off if I don't touch or move it for 60 seconds. Here's everything I've done to try and fix the problem: Update Mouse firmware Update iCUE Reinstall iCUE Wipe Software Profiles and remake them Wipe all profiles, allow new hardware profiles to load, and use those Lower dongle polling rate (doesn't work, immediately deselects upon leaving the settings tab) Clean Registry Update USB controllers (currently running best drivers) Uninstall and delete Corsair Drivers, allow them to reinstall Acquired new Dark Core mouse Nothing has worked. When I got a new mouse, it worked for a couple of days, then I shut down my PC. When I turned it back on, it was back to square one. I am completely at a loss at what to do next, and support just wants to send me a new mouse, despite that clearly not working. This is the 3rd Dark Core I've gotten, so either I'm very unlucky or there is some software conflict I am not aware of. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
  9. Hello. Lately I'm having various software problems in the mouse. Pointer was freezing in the games. Today, the mouse stopped working while usb plugged. No problem when connected with Wi-fi. I get this error "there is an error detected with your devices onboard profiles. One or more profiles ara corrupted or undertectable. The profiles affected will be deleted from your onboard storage and will need to be resaved again" I love Corsair but the icue software sucks. I can't take it anymore.What am I supposed to do now? The mouse is not dark core se. I need to plug in a cable to charge. Edit: and I've updated everything. The problem still exists. I did a soft and hard reset. Didn't work http://i64.tinypic.com/qsp3jn.png
  10. I'm new to the forum, and I am actually very computer software and hardware literate. Just can't seem to figure out what I'm doing wrong. I have a Corsair Dark Core RGB that I am trying to setup on my 2011 iMac 21.5". I have install iCUE for Mac OS (version 3.14.104) and nothing is happening. I've plugged the mouse in, turned on and off. I even tried to reset the mouse (mouse off, 2.4GHz mode, hold down forward and back buttons, turn mouse on). iCUE is saying "No device detected!" and at this point I'm lost. HELP PLEASE! SOLUTION: My 2011 iMac does not have Bluetooth 4.0, therefore incompatible. USB 2.4GHz receiver it is! Firmware updated smoothly, mouse performance and iCUE interface works flawlessly.
  11. I have a question for the dark core rgb owners out there how is the wired performance compared to wireless? Because I'm considering to buy it.
  12. Ok, I have my new Corsair Wireless Mouse, it's a perfect fit for my hand and exact amount of bottoms, but, when I start to test my mouse it's a mess. See, I lways liked to test my new mouses using MouseTester and when i started to test with my Dark Core it's a nightmare. When it's on cable it's all perfect but the minute I start wireless MouseTester returns a ridiculous results Images is attached, 2 different days, 2 different mouse pads Last firmware updated version 3.22
  13. I just bought my new dark core without the qi charger 2 days ago on sale. iv set up my profiles and everything updated the firmware and has been fine while on wireless. when i first got it i plugged it in wired to charge but Icue gave an error so i switched to wireless and plugged in the dongle and every thing worked fine and the battery showed full so i i just used it wirelessly. now its showing very low bat so i plugged it in and unplugged the dongle and now it keeps cutting out and and doesn't let me do anything ICue keep giving errors but wont say why the battery/status box just says error. The way to fix this is to first unplug the mouse then turn it off in that order. if not in that order the mouse wont actually turn off and the lights stay on. plugging back in the dongle and switching to wireless mode i get no issue what so ever other than the low battery. Has anyone else had this issue or know of a work around? maybe i have a bunk mouse out the box or firmware issue? i re-flashed the firm ware but still same issue not sure what else to try at this point other than a return. Any help would be appreciated
  14. Hello folks, recently I bought the Dark Core RGB SE and am really enjoying it, but I do have an odd problem while using it with the iCUE software. I read the corresponding post on this forum about the firmware updates and iCUE installation and made it work. My first main goal was to create a hardware profile, so I can use the Dark Core in Bluetooth mode. Somehow the hardware profiles got corrupted/desync while I was trying to create and test that, so I had to reset and redo the whole thing, but okay, as long as it works. For my first profile I wanted to remap some keys to the mouse buttons, one of those was "ö". Right there I noticed that pressing "ö" on my german keyboard does result in the iCUE software registering a ";" (I think; whatever the corresponing key on a US layout does) instead, even when I switch to german iCUE (my default was english). So apparently iCUE does not know about keyboard layouts for remappings on mice? found this thread in here regarding that issue. Well, I still worked with that, using the alternative remapping, saved it as a hardware profile, started using it and everything was fine. But after a day or two, that just .. broke? Another remapping I did was "8" to the sniper key (don't judge me and my weird setup, okay :D:) and that worked fine, but the key I wanted to use for "ö"( or, well ";" I guess) just wasn't doing anything anymore. the only input that my game could detect was a generic Mouse 4. Weird, but okay, so I switched around my ingame keybinds to M4 and that works. But because this behaviour seemed a bit odd to me I tried another approach. Plugged in the USB cable(switching to 2,4GHz mode) and created a software profile instead of hardware with the exact same settings. At first everything worked as expected....until I turned off the laptop. After restart all of the keybinds were broken, even my sniper 8. As long as iCUE was running I basically couldn't use the mouse the way I wanted to, so I stopped it and went back to the (just slightly odd) hardware profile. Tried to run a repair of iCUE, didn't help. Only thing that helped was uninstalling and a fresh re-install, but I refuse to re-install software after every system reboot. So for now I just uninstalled iCUE completely, sticking with the hw-profiles I created before, which is a shame, because I'd like to use the Dark Core in 2,4GHz wireless with software profiles at some point in the future. Does anyone know what is going on here and if there is anything I can do to fix it? I know this is a weird story and I probably did a bad job explaining the situation, I didn't take notes during my testing and at this point I'm kinda tired of doing problem analysis, lost count of how many re-installs and firmware resets I did. I suspect that the german keyboard layout being involved in the remapping while not actually being supported by iCUE has something to do with it. That being said, even with those problems, I really like a wireless gaming mouse (never thought I'd ever say that) and I'm planning to get a MM1000 and a K70 to use those alongside the Dark Core. Basically chaining all of my gear together on one USB port, maybe even through a port on a monitor at some point, creating a kind of gaming-docking-station :laughing:
  15. Hi all, I bought the Dark Core RGB SE last week and i'm having trouble with my grip on the mouse, specifically placement of my ring finger. I have to place it on top of my pinky finger so that i dont disturb M2 button presses, but that feels a bit akward... How do you guys do it? I'd really love an additional magnetic attachment to the mouse that lets me add a ring finger rest next to the pinky rest...
  16. I just got a Dark Core SE and an k95 Platinum. iCUE is working really well, but I cant change my hardware profiles on my Dark Core. In iCUE, when my keyboard and one of its hardware profiles is selected, it has a tab that says 'Onboard Profiles'. but when my Dark core and one if its hardware profiles are selected, it doesn't show that tab. I can change my onboard keyboard profiles, and when I sign out of windows to the lock screen, the 3 onboard profiles work like the should. when I select one of my dark core onboard profiles and change its settings, (for example just change the color from rainbow to a static white) it seems to work, and the mouse and software show the new hardware profile, but when I close iCUE and sign out of windows, all 3 profiles are rainbow again and macros/keybindings don't save either. when I sign back in and reopen iCUE, it says the Hardware profile is a static white. What is happening? Can someone please help me? I hope this is all a user error from me being stupid, as that is easily fixable with your help but it might be an actual problem with the mouse. BTW:iCUE, Dark Core, and k95 Platinum firmwares are all up to date.
  17. Hi I got a new dark core qi charging mouse and MM1000 as a gift couple of days ago,when i plugged in both the usb of the MM1000 mousepad the green light does not come on, i installed the latest version of icue software and it does not detect the mousepad. it detects the dark core mouse. The mousepad works perfectly fine, qi charging the dark core mouse or phone(lights come on while charging) The usb passthough works fine as the mouse is plugged into it and works fine. windows 10 detects the mousepad as a usb hub.
  18. So as it stands I cannot figure out how to configure my sniper button to be used as a crouch key. It simply presses and releases my crouch hotkey. (In this case "0".) I don't like using it as a DPI button but i want it to act the same way. (Press and release when no longer an action I want to do) I tried making it a keyboard event but it simply just pressed it once and wouldn't perform the press and hold to crouch then release to get up. If someone knows the configuration. Please let me know.
  19. I have a Void Pro wireless and a Dark Core (non-Qi) wireless mouse. I'm running the latest version of CUE and have noticed that when I switch the headset from Dolby to Stereo mode and back, my mouse DPI will be reset to whichever default DPI I have set in CUE. I have 400, 600, and 1000 DPI configured in one DPI profile. 1000 is the default. If I have the mouse set to 400 DPI and I change the surround setting on the headset, my mouse will be set to 1000 DPI... I worked around it by having only one DPI active per profile, so it won't change. But I found this odd that changing a setting on the headset affects a setting on the mouse. I don't remember this being an issue before, but I just noticed it yesterday after playing around in CUE. Anyone else experience this issue?
  20. Tips & Tricks for Wireless Performance - Blog Post Wireless devices like our recently released K63 wireless keyboard and DARK CORE RGB/SE wireless mice can be subject to interference from other wireless devices in your environment. For best performance, we recommend positioning the USB wireless receiver as close to your device as possible by plugging into: A front panel USB port on your desktop system (or closest USB port on your laptop) The USB charging/data cable via the USB cable adapter provided with your device A nearby USB passthrough port such as the one available on the K95, K70, K65, STRAFE, MM1000, MM800, or ST100 To improve performance even further, ensure that the wireless receiver is kept away from other USB wireless devices, wireless networking equipment, or USB storage devices (such as flash drives).
  21. Wireless devices like our recently released K63 wireless keyboard and DARK CORE RGB/SE wireless mice can be subject to interference from other wireless devices in your environment, so here are some tips and tricks to keep you unplugged and playing. There are three different plug-in configurations we recommend for positioning the USB wireless receiver as close to your device as possible for optimal performance: 1.A front panel USB port on your desktop system (or closest USB port on your laptop) 2.The included USB charging/data cable via the USB cable adapter which will allow you to place the wireless receiver closer to your device 3.A nearby USB passthrough port such as the one available on the K95, K70, K65, STRAFE, MM1000, MM800, or ST100 And here’s a useful diagram to demonstrate the three different configurations! To improve performance even further, it's best to make sure that the wireless receiver is kept away from other USB wireless devices, wireless networking equipment, or USB storage devices (such as flash drives). For more information on our wireless peripherals, join our community at the Corsair User Forum!
  22. Since the Dark Core RGB / SE are our first wireless gaming mice, the firmware upgrade process is a little different from what you'd typically expect from our wired gaming mice. We've put together a quick blog post with in-depth instructions for anyone who needs to upgrade the Dark Core's firmware. http://www.corsair.com/en-us/blog/2018/february/darkcore-firmware Upgrade instructions: Open your favorite web browser and go to http://www.corsair.com/downloads webpage. Select "Gaming Mice" from Product Category drop down menu. Find "DARK CORE RGB/SE" on the list of products and click download button on the right to download the latest version of Corsair Utility Software (CUE). The version that supports DARK CORE RGB and DARK CORE RGB SE is 2.22.83 or later. Install CUE by following on-screen instructions. A Windows restart may be required upon the completion of the install. Start CUE Plug-in the wireless USB transceiver (dongle) into the available USB port. NOTE: When using desktop PC, for best wireless performance it is highly recommended to plug the dongle into the available USB port on the front panel of the computer case. The icon representing DARK CORE RGB will appear on the top of the CUE window. Click on the icon, if a firmware update is available, the "Update" button will appear at the bottom of the CUE window. Connect mouse to your PC with USB charging/data cable included. Ensure the power toggle switch on the bottom of the mouse is in ON position, and the wireless connectivity toggle switch on the bottom of the mouse is in 2.4GHz position. Click " Update" button in the lower left hand side of the CUE window and the following dialog will appear "New firmware version is available. There is a new firmware version available for DARK CORE RGB. Do you want to update Firmware now?" Click the "Update" button at the top of the FIRMARE UPDATE box to continue, a “Settings” screen will appear, and the firmware update process will start automatically. After a few minutes, a firmware download will be completed, followed by the appearance of a "Warning" button at the bottom of the CUE window. Click the "Warning" button and follow the instructions to complete the firmware upgrade: Unplug the wireless USB dongle from the PC. Disconnect the USB cable from the PC and the mouse. Move the power toggle switch to OFF position on your mouse. Plug the wireless USB dongle back into the PC. Move the power toggle switch on the mouse back to the ON position. And that's it! Tutorial Video: [ame] [/ame]
  23. So you've got yourself the Dark Core RGB or Dark Core RGB SE, CORSAIR's first wireless gaming mouse! While you could use this mouse right out of the box, we recommend downloading the latest version of CUE and upgrading the mouse's firmware for the best experience. Here's a quick tutorial on how to grab the latest version of CUE and update the firmware of your Dark Core! 1. Open your favorite web browser and go to www.corsair.com/downloads webpage. 2. Select "Gaming Mice" from Product Category drop down menu. 3. Find "DARK CORE RGB/SE" on the list of products and click download button on the right to download the latest version of Corsair Utility Software (CUE). The version that supports DARK CORE RGB and DARK CORE RGB SE is 2.22.83 or later. 4. Install CUE by following on-screen instructions. A Windows restart may be required upon the completion of the install. 5. Start CUE 6. Plug-in the wireless USB transceiver (dongle) into the available USB port. NOTE: When using desktop PC, for best wireless performance it is highly recommended to plug the dongle into the available USB port on the front panel of the computer case. 7. The icon representing DARK CORE RGB will appear on the top of the CUE window. Click on the icon, if a firmware update is available, the "Update" button will appear at the bottom of the CUE window. 8. Connect mouse to your PC with USB charging/data cable included. 9. Ensure the power toggle switch on the bottom of the mouse is in ON position, and the wireless connectivity toggle switch on the bottom of the mouse is in 2.4GHz position. 10. Click " Update" button in the lower left hand side of the CUE window and the following dialog will appear "New firmware version is available. There is a new firmware version available for DARK CORE RGB. Do you want to update Firmware now?" 11. Click the "Update" button at the top of the FIRMARE UPDATE box to continue, a “Settings” screen will appear, and the firmware update process will start automatically. 12. After a few minutes, a firmware download will be completed, followed by the appearance of a "Warning" button at the bottom of the CUE window. 13. Click the "Warning" button and follow the instructions to complete the firmware upgrade: a. Unplug the wireless USB dongle from the PC. b. Disconnect the USB cable from the PC and the mouse. c. Move the power toggle switch to OFF position on your mouse. d. Plug the wireless USB dongle back into the PC. e. Move the power toggle switch on the mouse back to the ON position. And that's it! You're ready to experience all that the Dark Core RGB and Dark Core RGB SE have to offer!
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