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Old 08-25-2019, 07:53 AM
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Hi,
I've had my Lighting Node Pro for about a year now and recently (around a week ago) I saw that iCUE had a firmware update for it (0.10.4, I am still on 0.9.16) so I clicked on update, the firmware downloaded and the progress bar reached 100% and when I heard the Windows connected sound I saw that iCUE prompted me again to update the firmware. I've tried a couple more times, and yes I've tried rebooting my PC and reinstalling iCUE, and still nothing. I took a look at the logs and when it reaches 100% it says "Aborting process which doesn't support abort." and " Failure during abort." so I'm really lost at what I can do.
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Old 08-31-2019, 12:34 AM
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Hi,
It's really frustrating but I had a similar issue with the Node Pro refusing to update firmware for more than a year and various updates to iCue. I never found a solution to the issue other than simply waiting, eventually an iCue update managed to allow me to update firmware on these devices. Just be very careful with that feature as I kept trying to update when it wouldn't work and it ended up somehow mixing up my lighting assignments for the Nodes in all profiles and I had no backups of my profiles.
Hope this helps a little!
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