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Old 06-26-2018, 02:58 PM
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for those of you who use windows and "sleep mode" like i do when not using my computer, this is the very easy solution to restart the corsair service after turning your computer back on from sleep. it's as simple as creating a task in task scheduler to restart the service after waking up from sleep.

i posted it in another thread, here is the copy/paste

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Originally Posted by LukasB1 View Post
you can easily do what i did which was to create a task in windows task scheduler to restart the corsairservice after wake up from sleep.

create a new task "corsair lightning service restart" (or whatever), user System, trigger - begin task "on an event" (basic), Log: System , Source: Power-Troubleshooter, Event ID 1 (which means waking up from sleep), delay task for a couple seconds (i put 3 seconds)
Actions tab: action - start a program
settings program/script - net
add argument - stop CorsairService

conditions tab, un-select everything so it doesn't wait for idle or anything like that

settings tab - allow run on demand, stop if run longer than 1 hour, force it to stop

that's it. whenever my comp wakes up from sleep, 3 seconds later it restarts the corsairservice and light flickering is gone.
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