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Old 07-17-2019, 02:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Apophis3 View Post
Internally, the kb has a table for the RGB coloring, and that table can become corrupt, and thus odd coloring effects. Doing a soft reset rebuilds this. Also, the iCUE app can affect this as well, and thus why redoing the application fixed the coloring. (You synced the color tables on the kb and the software by doing this)
I didn't reinstall the application, I removed it completely. All software relating to iCue is gone now. The problem is still there but only when iCue is installed. Because I have removed the software I am stuck with the default colour scheme forever. But at least I don't have flickering keys and random colours. I also did several resets because Corsair advised me to. However, it wasn't a hardware issue so the problem remained.
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