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  1. Following will solve the install issue of the latest iCUE application and fixing the random command programing the G macro keys. Excellent product, but........ iCUESetup_4.16.194_release.msi installs without completely but does not launch, does not create a start or functional icon to start the application. Solution: Uninstall Corsair Icue application . Reboot. Install an older version of 4 series. (Corsair-LINK-Installer-v4.9.9.3.zip is good) (Not the 3 version). reboot.. Now install the lates version. In my case I installed iCUESetup_4.16.194_release.msi. Application works but does not install the Corsair K55 keyboard functionality G key programing. A pop up will instruct to install the following Stream Deck driver. Install Stream_Deck_5.1.1.14737.msi according to the iCue instruction (or manually install) in order to gain functionality with the ICUE application using the keyboard G macro programable key. Do not use the keymapping of Stream Deck.. Go into the ICUE application to map the G1-6 keys. ALL above installs originated from the an ORIGINAL problem with my Corsair out of the box. Random keystroke output when programing G keys. The mapping of the keys programmed from keyboard (with no computer application) produced a bunch of RANDOM key strokes that caused multiple running of all types of strange application on my windows screen when ever a G key was programmed. . With the iCUE application/Stream Deck, all the mapping works great. Both the keyboard and iCUE application has some careless code/firmware that does NOT work with all the computer. Took me a few hours to figure out the solution. My computer is not special. Just a Dell I7 processor running Windows 10.
  2. I haven't set any of my G Keys up yet and I was wondering if there is a way to set one of them to enter the current date into an Excel Sheet when clicked. Thank you!
  3. Currently have my Scimitar side buttons remapped to Numpad 1-9, 0+=. All remaps work as expected, typing with the mouse side buttons proves this. While holding left shift on my keyboard, the remaps stop working. No typing is generated. Buttons seem to behave in the "default" mode (forward, back, ect). The left shift on the keyboard has no actions assigned to it. Is there a setting that changes this behavior, or would this be considered a bug/feature which is non toggleable?
  4. Hey guys, I'm new here. I was wondering, can anyone help me setup one of my keys to open the calculator? I have Windows 10. I've already set up my other G keys to open Evernote, Snagit, etc. But I can't seem to figure out how to open Store apps like the Calculator? Can anyone help me please? :biggrin:
  5. We have started using the Vengeance K95 for our work in 3d modeling. The software we are using to program the G keys is Version 1.00.00.07. My question is if the G keys could be set for a key combination, for example ALT+V or Shift+C.
  6. Bought a K70 and Scimitar Pro the other day. I got my G keys on the Scimitar Pro working the first day. Simple stuff: G1 = keypress 1. Next day? Didn't work. CUE software running. Restart. No Joy. Redid the G-key actions to be Key remaps instead of Macros. Worked. Until I turned off computer. Turn it back on? No joy. I have Actions set, and Action library set. I changed the Default profile, and created a duplicate profile. Today? Can't get the buttons to work. Note that when I turn my computer on, my keyboard displays the custom colors I set, before any software is loaded. My mouse remains dark until computer on, and when I open CUE software, it switches to my colors, but G buttons don't work. Actions are set correctly. I'm using Firmware v. 1.10, and have forced an update even though it's the latest version. I've tried plugging mouse into USB on K70 (worked the first day), tried plugging it in straight to computer. I JUST WANT MY MACRO BUTTONS TO WORK! I'm fine running CUE software since I can't seem to find a way to download setting to mouse itself. HELP! All internet searches show old software, which isn't the same.
  7. Hey all, I want to use the G keys on my K95 to send Windows keycodes that I can't send already with the other keys (so that I have more useful keys to control my VJ application). I know I can send macros consisting of the other keys, but that's not useful to me, because I can already make those macros in my VJ application. But to increase the range of expressivity I need a way to send a larger set of keycodes. E.g. apparently some keyboards have keys for going forward/back in the browser, or for email: https://github.com/wesbos/keycodes/blob/gh-pages/scripts.js#L134 I want to figure out how I can send those kind of keycodes that my keyboard doesn't have but that exist in Windows (8.1) and that are supported by the K95 macros. Is there a way to do this? If yes, is there a list of those keycodes? I guess I have to use this list to figure out which ones are unused by the existing keys: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/dd375731(v=vs.85).aspx But how can I actually create a macro to send a key that I can't press? I don't see an option to do that in the macro editor. Is it possible by writing a script that edits the macro file? Thanks!
  8. If you’ve read my previous blog write-ups on the Corsair Vengeance® K60 FPS Gaming Keyboard and the Vengeance M60 FPS Laser Gaming Mouse, then you’ll know that in the past I was never a big promoter of expensive keyboards and mice. By “expensive” I mean, anything over twenty ($20.00) dollars, and I say all of this because such products have almost never enhanced my own user experience to the point where I felt the price was justified. The Vengeance K60 and M60 really changed my tune by following an essential design philosophy: simple appearance, and quality performance. Our flagship Vengeance K90 MMO Gaming Keyboard and M90 MMO Laser Mice follow the the same philosophy, just turned up to 11. Well — turned up to 54 actually... Vengeance K90 MMO Gaming Keyboard Vengeance M90 MMO Laser Gaming Mouse While the K60 is designed for serious FPS gamers, the K90 is designed for the ultimate in MMO/RTS gaming. As you can see, the entire left segment of the keyboard is an array of eighteen “G-Keys”, with three different macro banks, totaling fifty-four possible macro programs. Over-kill? It might seem so at first, but before I explain why it all makes sense, let’s get the basics out of the way. Vengeance K90 G-Key macro section with M1, M2 and M3 profile buttons and Macro Record Just like the Vengeance K60, the K90 has the same layout of Cherry MX red mechanical key switches. These key switches are considered to be the best, requiring the least amount of depression force while providing the smoothest action and creating the least amount of “click” with each action. The K90 is also fully-backlit, and when we say that “the K90 is fully backlit” we mean it. Every single key has its own LED, ensuring the brightest and most even backlighting possible. As you can see, the K90 shares an aircraft-grade aluminum chassis with the K60 to backup the rest of its fine and hefty build quality. However, as this is an MMO/RTS keyboard, the palm rest is of a more traditional layout than the K60, and the key shells are smooth and non-textured, separating themselves from the textured and colored keys of the K60. So what’s with the 54 G-keys? Many users will play WoW or Starcraft II with one character or one race. Serious gamers will play with more, and in the case of Starcraft II, a game close to my heart as a proud Korean, any respectable player will be capable of using Terran, Protoss and Zerg. As each race has different commands and capabilities, it would be tedious and time-consuming to reprogram macros with every change in race, and hence the three profiles of G-keys. Although not exactly the same, this scenario has its parallel examples for all other MMO and RTS game out there. Alternatively if you’re not an intense gamer, but you’re still mad that Crysis II has a million buttons that only a brain with photographic memory could memorize, those G-keys serve as a useful means of reorganizing keys. Rather than having “X” be some spell and “Y” be a related counter spell, why not just reprogram those two to be G1 and G2 right next to each other? The possibilities are endless, and that’s what makes this keyboard so effective. But the best part of it all is that what you don’t use doesn’t get in your way. No flashing lights and no clumped up chaos — just focused, utilitarian design. Paired with the Vengeance M90 MMO gaming mouse, any serious gamer using the Vengeance K90 Gaming Keyboard should have a very difficult time coming up with an honest excuse for why they couldn’t perform their very best.
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