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Old 04-09-2020, 09:04 PM
cquence cquence is offline
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Default ICUE randomly makes new profiles

Anyone else have this issue? Sometimes when I start up my PC, the software makes new random profiles. I only have 2 profiles saved. My keyboard is a K70 MK2 Rapidfire and mouse is Nightsword RGB. Its annoying, sometimes I have to open up the software to delete like 5-6 new profiles.
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Old 04-10-2020, 01:08 AM
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Hello, I have a similar problem. ICUE creates ramdom duplicated devices. In my case ICue create a duplicated H115i called H115I(1). This causes the H115i fans to not work properly. "Restarting" the ICUE service cancel the duplication.
This is very problematic since I can't leave the PC on.

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Old 04-10-2020, 08:20 AM
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I have an even worse problem. My icue makes new profiles, switch profiles and make 1000 macros automatically. It also starts pressing and holding random buttons. But when I close the icue software, everything is fine again. In older versions, this did never happen. I am now using a version from late 2019 and i has worked until now. but it is irritating me that I can't use the newest one...
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