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Old 09-22-2019, 11:07 AM
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Default New iCUE Patch Ruined my Firefox Browser

I know it sounds weird but it's the only thing I can find a link to. I was on Firefox as I was downloading the latest update for iCUE. After the update, my Firefox browser runs slow as hell. Videos are very laggy and delayed. I downloaded Chrome and it works perfectly, so I went and uninstalled Firefox, deleted everything, yet it still runs slow. I'm positive that the iCUE patch has to be the issue because it only happened after I downloaded the patch.

Edit: I discovered that the new update turned my GPU off. It was using Microsoft display adapters. I had to install the latest update for my GPU (one I did before) and it now works. What the hell, Corsair???

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Old 09-23-2019, 07:59 AM
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Hard to say what's going on as you've neglected to fill out system specs.
I will say, however, that this is likely an isolated occurrence. If it was common, we'd see a LOT of folks on here screaming. I can also say that I've not seen this on any of my systems (and I also use FireFox).
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Old 09-23-2019, 03:06 PM
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Edit: I discovered that the new update turned my GPU off. It was using Microsoft display adapters. I had to install the latest update for my GPU (one I did before) and it now works. What the hell, Corsair???
Did you install the Windows 1903 update recently?

I've heard a number of people have had their NVIDIA driver disabled/removed during the update. As Devbiker stated, it may just be an isolated incident and you are working now so no need at this stage to call for a Spanish Inquisition.
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Old 09-23-2019, 03:57 PM
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1903 disabled my GPU acceleration in one browser (where I had left it on out of lack of interest) and forced it on (from off) in another, so there are other things afoot than just iCue (which has had its issues recently to be fair).
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