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Old 03-08-2019, 06:47 PM
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Default iCue disables touchpad

Basically Windows 10 thinks the iCue software is a mouse. I have windows configured to disable / enable the touchpad if a mouse is plugged in or not. iCue is breaking this functionality. This could wreck some major havoc on my day, if I had the option enabled and left my mouse at home.
I really hope there is a fix for this, and thanks for your help in advanced.
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do you have show only connected devices enabled?
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do you have show only connected devices enabled?
I’m guessing you are referring to device manager? Yes, it is set to show only enabled devices.
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I suspect Inheritance is referring to the "Show only connected devices" option under the "General" tab within the ICUE settings.
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I suspect Inheritance is referring to the "Show only connected devices" option under the "General" tab within the ICUE settings.
Ok, I don’t see what that would have to do with my issue though. The only Corsair item I use is a headset.
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Ok, I don’t see what that would have to do with my issue though. The only Corsair item I use is a headset.
Had the same issue as you did on my old laptop when the demo devices were enabled. It thought a mouse was always connected.
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Had the same issue as you did on my old laptop when the demo devices were enabled. It thought a mouse was always connected.
I do have "show only connected devices" enabled, also tried with it disabled. No change.
The only thing that works is closing out the iCue software.

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