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Technobeard 07-28-2015 07:29 PM

Discuss Link v3.2.5676 here
 
Pro Tip:
Update the Windows 10 Compatibility appraiser to get rid of the incompatibility message:
Quote:

Originally Posted by wiggle (Post 792132)
The Windows 10 compatibility appraiser 'app' does not auto update. It runs around the same time each month. So these changes you made will not be assessed or registered unless either:
a) the app auto runs about a month after last run - and will then assess and update compatibility, or
b) you run the Windows 10 compatibility appraiser manually.

To run the Appraiser manually, do the following:
Open an elevated command prompt window (right click the command prompt icon and select Run as Admin), type the following command :
schtasks.exe /Run /TN "\Microsoft\Windows\Application Experience\Microsoft Compatibility Appraiser"
Then hit 'enter'. Might take a while. After it is finished recheck the Get Windows 10 App for the updated compatibility results.




This will be the official discussion thread for Version 3.2.5676.

If you currently have an original Commander unit do not install this version of the software. The Commander unit will no longer be recognized by the system!

If you'd like to report a bug, please respond to this thread in this format:
Version of your Link software. NOTE: If you're not using v3.2.5676, please install it and see if the bug has been fixed.
What version of Windows you're using.
Summary - One line / sentence explaining the issue
Detailed description of the issue - This part can be as long as you want. It should be detailed enough so that we can clearly identify the issue and attempt to replicate it.
Attach photos of the issue to the post that help #4.

Quote:

Please Note you must delete any saved Profiles and uninstall the old version and reboot the system before you install the latest software.
Quote:

  • Uninstall the Corsair Link software through Windows Control Panel
  • Go to file explorer, enable "Show hidden files, folder and drives"
  • Delete the following directory: C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Roaming\Corsair
    (This directory is also used to store custom profiles for other Corsair products. You may want to save this directory on a different location so you won’t lose other profiles)
  • Restart your system
  • Install the new Corsair Link software

7/28/2015 - Corsair Link Software Update Version 3.2.5676

Change Log:
  • Windows 10 support
  • H80i/H100i firmware updated to v1.1.3
  • H80i/H100i detection problem

Known Issues:
  • There is a driver conflict between the new H80i GT/H100i GTX and the original Commander unit. The new software installs a new driver that is required for support of these units that interrupts the recognition of the Commander unit. A firmware update for the Commander will be issued with a new software release to address this issue.
  • LED saved settings for “cycle color” not persistent after restart if two of the colors are set to 0 (255, 0,0) New firmware revision to address issues will be available in a later release.
  • RGB LED strips connected to a Commander Mini flash when a custom curve fan profile speed change takes place.
  • Custom Curve bug.
  • If you currently have an original Commander unit do not install this version of the software. The Commander unit will no longer be recognized by the system! See below for instructions on how to manually fix this.

After installing and launching v3.2.5676 in a system that has the older Corsair Link Commander unit, if the Commander unit is missing from C-Link software, you can follow the instructions listed below to fix this problem:
  • Exit C-link software from the C-Link ICON on system tray.
  • Open Windows device manager and find the problematic “Corsair Hydro Series 7289 USB Device” on the USB device list.
  • Right click and select Update Driver Software.
  • Select Browse My Computer for Device Software Manually and hit Next.
  • Select Let Me Pick from list of device drivers on My computer and hit Next.
  • Select USB Input Device and hit Next. After that, Windows will successfully update driver back to correct one.
  • Restart C-Link software and Commander unit should appear back into C-Link software.


Philtkp 07-28-2015 09:36 PM

Windows 10 support
H80i/H100i firmware updated to v1.1.3

Installed update and flashed my firmware to V1.1.3. Still get the notification from MS about incompatability

ChriscomIT 07-28-2015 10:03 PM

Very nice thank you! Will report if bugs are coming up.

orange_method 07-28-2015 10:19 PM

Same as Philtkp. Installed update, flashed firmware to v1.1.3, rebooted. Get Windows 10 app still reports Corsair Link as not being compatible with Windows 10.

wiggle 07-28-2015 10:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Philtkp (Post 792122)
Windows 10 support
H80i/H100i firmware updated to v1.1.3

Installed update and flashed my firmware to V1.1.3. Still get the notification from MS about incompatability

The Windows 10 compatibility appraiser 'app' does not auto update. It runs around the same time each month. So these changes you made will not be assessed or registered unless either:
a) the app auto runs about a month after last run - and will then assess and update compatibility, or
b) you run the Windows 10 compatibility appraiser manually.

To run the Appraiser manually, do the following:
Open an elevated command prompt window (right click the command prompt icon and select Run as Admin), type the following command :
schtasks.exe /Run /TN "\Microsoft\Windows\Application Experience\Microsoft Compatibility Appraiser"
Then hit 'enter'. Might take a while. After it is finished recheck the Get Windows 10 App for the updated compatibility results.

kiangan 07-28-2015 10:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wiggle (Post 792132)
The Windows 10 compatibility appraiser 'app' does not auto update. It runs around the same time each month. So these changes you made will not be assessed or registered unless either:
a) the app auto runs about a month after last run - and will then assess and update compatibility, or
b) you run the Windows 10 compatibility appraiser manually.

To run the Appraiser manually, do the following:
Open an elevated command prompt window, type the following command :
schtasks.exe /Run /TN "\Microsoft\Windows\Application Experience\Microsoft Compatibility Appraiser"
Then hit 'enter'. Might take a while. After it is finished recheck the Get Windows 10 App for the updated compatibility results.

still getting the compatibility issue.

edit: its working now finally. thank you very much!

wiggle 07-28-2015 10:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kiangan (Post 792133)
still getting the compatibility issue.

Did you run the Command Prompt in Admin (elevated)? Check that you typed it correctly (including spaces etc).

My only issue with Windows 10 compatibility was the older installed Corsair Link. I have updated to this 3.2.5676 and then ran the 'Appraiser' and I now have a tick of approval for Win 10 compat.

Edit: Doh! replied then saw your update. nvm.

Philtkp 07-28-2015 11:09 PM

wiggle, thanks that did the trick

Tmar 07-28-2015 11:41 PM

Seems to be working well so far...

ZeroPercent 07-28-2015 11:53 PM

After I installed the new version, my H100i GTX isn't being detected by corsair link. I've changed usb headers, and tried replugging it and no luck. It worked perfectly before on 3.1.5667. I'm on Windows 8.1 64 bit if that matters.

Technobeard 07-28-2015 11:59 PM

Nice find wiggle! I've updated the stickies with your tip. I've also edited your post to clarify how to open an elevated command prompt window.

PhazeDelta1 07-29-2015 12:55 AM

Is that firmware update for the H100i GTX as well or just the H100i?

red-ray 07-29-2015 01:49 AM

The H100iGTX uses totally different firmware
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by PhazeDelta1 (Post 792155)
Is that firmware update for the H100i GTX as well or just the H100i?

No, just the H100i. The H100iGTX uses totally different firmware from Asetek rather than CoolIT.

I don't even know if it's possible to use CL to update the H100iGTX firmware. There does not look to be a firmware image for it. Corsair, please will you enlighten me?

red-ray 07-29-2015 01:58 AM

How can there new new devices on a system with no CL hardware connected?
 
1 Attachment(s)
When I first ran CL on my W10 x64 Build 10240 system I got the following popup.
  1. At the time I got this I had not connected any CL hardware to that system.
  2. Please can you explain why I got this popup?
  3. When I exited CL and restarted it I did not get the popup.
  4. Has anyone else seen the same please?
http://forum.corsair.com/forums/atta...1&d=1438149138

Deth527 07-29-2015 02:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Technobeard (Post 792094)
Pro Tip:
Update the Windows 10 Compatibility appraiser to get rid of the incompatibility message:





This will be the official discussion thread for Version 3.2.5676.

If you currently have an original Commander unit do not install this version of the software. The Commander unit will no longer be recognized by the system! See below for instructions on how to manually fix this.

If you'd like to report a bug, please respond to this thread in this format:
Version of your Link software. NOTE: If you're not using v3.2.5676, please install it and see if the bug has been fixed.
What version of Windows you're using.
Summary - One line / sentence explaining the issue
Detailed description of the issue - This part can be as long as you want. It should be detailed enough so that we can clearly identify the issue and attempt to replicate it.
Attach photos of the issue to the post that help #4.


I've done exactly this however still no luck getting reappraisal. Ran cmd in admin as well.


//Edit Talked with Microsoft they said the problem is on their end. Servers are overwhelmed.


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