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  1. Hey folks, brand new to the forum and also brand new to Corsair software. I just bought a brand new Lenovo Legion 7i that came with Corsair iCue installed to run the RGB lighting on the laptop. I am not running any other peripherals, no mouse, external keyboards etc. When I open the iCue software it seems to be working fine. I can click the tabs at the top and get to dashboard, instant lighting etc. On the home tab I see the laptop as a device and when I click on it I get the keyboard layout and I can select lighting effects just fine. The problem comes when I try to do anything with Profiles. If I click the add profile button, or even just click the “Default” profile tile, iCue locks up immediately. It just goes to “iCue not responding” and never recovers. I have to kill it with Task Manager, restart the Corsair.service, and then I can open the program again. As such, I can not actually save any lighting profiles. I have installed the latest updated version of iCue with no change to behavior. Tried running it in compatibility mode, and tried deleting profiles from the plugins folder. Nothing has fixed this crashing problem. Any insights would be appreciated.
  2. Dear all, I started getting BSODs SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION - ntfs.sys, on my system since I got the corsair CMSX16GX4M1A2400C16 on my Lenovo Y520. I ran some diagnostics: - Windows memory diagnostics - Memtest86 Both report issues with the corsair memory. When running tests with memtest I did the test with 2 memories in the following order: mem stick 1: SKHynyx - 8gb 2400T SA1-11 alone on slot 1 mem stick 2: the 16gb CMSX16GX4M1A2400C16 Test 1: both sticks in - many errors Test 2: only stick 1 on slot 1 - no errors during tests Test 3: only stick 2 on slot 1 - many errors (results are in memtest_results.jpg attached file). Why is the corrsair reporting so many errors :(. It is less than an year old. From what I see it is compatible with the PC configuration. Any advice will be appreciated! System specs: Motherboard: Intel Sunrise Point HM175, Intel Kaby Lake-H Processor: QuadCore Intel Core i5-7300HQ, 3300 MHz (33 x 100) Memory (part number): CMSX16GX4M1A2400C16 Video Card # 1: nVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Video Card # 2: Intel HD Graphics 630 Hard Drive # 1: Kingston SA2000M8500G Hard Drive # 2: ST1000LM035-1RK172
  3. SSSSSOOOOOOO..... I'm having issues trying to figure out how to customize the keyboard lighting on my Legion 7i. What I'm looking for, is to be able to press a key on the keyboard, and for the key to light up and then ripple out across the keyboard and fade out. Here's the thing. I actually made it do that already. I was messing around with the keyboard functions and somehow just got it to function like this on its own, without touching the Corsair iCUE software. But I've since changed the keyboard to just a simple, dim, white backlight, just so i can see the keys in a dim/dark room. The problem, is that i can not, for the life of me, figure out how to do the effect again, where the lights ripple out each time you press a key. Even if i try to follow along with a tutorial on youtube about how to do such effects through the iCUE software, some how, my version of iCUE does not have the options required to make effects start on a keypress (currently running iCUE 3.31.81) If anyone can explain to me what I'm missing, that would be greatly appreciated.
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