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Old 04-06-2020, 11:53 AM
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Default Corsair One i64 not showing in iCUE

Pretty much the title, although I can run through what I've experienced up until this point.

So for a while I wasn't super comfortable with CPU temps at the default fan curve, and I have pretty beefy headphones so I didn't mind the increased noise of the 'extreme' fan setting.

I had been noticing a USB disconnect noise happen every now and then but wasn't too concerned about it until I realised it corresponded (I think) with the computer losing its 'self recognition' so to speak, so it wouldn't show up in iCUE, and the fan would slow right back down to its default speeds.

Rebooting a couple times seemed to eventually fix the problem, I kept an eye on USBdeview and it was really weird, sometimes the 'corsair one' device would be there, and sometimes it wouldn't. Rather than USBdeview saying the device was simply disconnected, it would just disappear, and when it came back its 'date created' would be that very instant.

I can't say when this started, although I want to say it started after a windows update.

My problem has now seemingly become permanent after I performed a windows reset (keeping files), with the computer not appearing in iCUE since then.

I have attempted a reinstall, repair and back date of iCUE, as well as even tried corsair link, which I know isn't compatible with my device, just to check. I have updated drivers, changed the USB settings in power options, ran iCUE as administrator, disabled windows ability to turn off USB root hubs, and updated windows.

At a loss now, so help would be appreciated!
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