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Old 12-14-2019, 01:43 PM
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I just connected a mini USB cable directly to the motherboard I/O instead of using the internal USB cable. I could not find any other solution to this fix. I'm lucky in that I have an open air case where I can do this without having to run a USB cable out of my case in order to do that. Anyone else would have to run a mini USB cable from the node pro inside the case, to the outside of the case in order to connect to the motherboard I/O USB port. I have updated the node pro firmware through the iCue program with no luck. There just seems to be a compatibility issue with the node pros and some motherboards, or some BIOS setting that nobody seems to know of. Kinda sucks but they do look cool once you get them working the right way.
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Old 12-14-2019, 03:30 PM
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I just connected a mini USB cable directly to the motherboard I/O instead of using the internal USB cable. I could not find any other solution to this fix. I'm lucky in that I have an open air case where I can do this without having to run a USB cable out of my case in order to do that. Anyone else would have to run a mini USB cable from the node pro inside the case, to the outside of the case in order to connect to the motherboard I/O USB port. I have updated the node pro firmware through the iCue program with no luck. There just seems to be a compatibility issue with the node pros and some motherboards, or some BIOS setting that nobody seems to know of. Kinda sucks but they do look cool once you get them working the right way.
Hmmm ... that's interesting. What were you connecting them to inside? Was it directly to the motherboard or did you have a USB Splitter/hub in the mix?
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