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Hello, I am new here, so sorry if I am not posting in the correct place. I have been running into an issue with my k95 where I see the red triangle with an exclamation point next to it (will be posting issue in another thread). This lead me to discover another issue. When attempting to resolve the issue with my K95 by quitting and restarting iCUE, I have been experiencing constant crashes of the iCUE software. I am unable to get it to start up again after quitting. Steps to replicate: 1) Quit iCUE 2) Launch iCUE 3) Observe system tray where iCUE icon appears 4) Wait a couple minutes and hover mouse over iCUE icon in system tray 5) iCUE icon disappears and is not running In addition to my system specs, I have the following Corsair peripherals: K95 RGB PLATINUM XT Mechanical Gaming Keyboard — CHERRY® MX Brown Dark Core RGB Pro SE
Here's my problem: Every time I boot my PC the Vengeance Pro lighting will stay at default rainbow cycling effect, whereas the K70 will automatically load my lighting profile when iCue has loaded. Upon going into iCue I'm presented with a red exclamation mark in a triangle ❗ warning next to the Vengeance Pro image and can't select the RAM at all until I either close the program from the taskbar and restart it, or force update the firmware from the 'settings' menu in iCue, both of which aren't ideal as I expect this to work without having to mess around with it every time I boot. The other strange thing is that in CPU-Z, HWIFNO, and my motherboard BIOS SPD info section, DIMM 4 shows up as 'unknown' whereas the other three DIMMs all show up with the product number and 'Corsair' as the manufacturer. All four sticks are showing as 32GB in Windows and at the rated speed so there doesn't seem to be a problem there, and I've also done a clean install of Windows as Aura was playing up again anyway becasue it's been a terrible piece of software from day one, and still isn't working right ;(, but the problem with the RAM is still presenting itself. Do you have any idea why this is happening and is there anything I can do to get it all working as it was up until about a month ago? Nothing has changed in my setup since building it about a year ago, as in, I've added no new hardware, and the only thing to change would be standard driver updates to Windows and Nvidia etc., so it's odd that this problem should present out of the blue – and even though everything seems to be working normally, if that DIMM isn't showing up in monitoring software or BIOS then maybe it's not working to its full capacity. Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated :D