A recent update to MSI Center and Mystic Light broke the backlight

Pigius

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The recent update of MSI Center and Mystic Light broke the backlight of some accessories (GH50 headphones, GM41 wireless mouse) for a very long time loading the selected mode, in my case rainbow mode, or when the computer exits sleep mode, MSI MPG B550 GAMING PLUS motherboard, MSI GeForce video card RTX 4070 GAMING X TRIO and other accessories in the system unit stop lighting, only the backlight of the mouse and headphones works... Uninstalling using Clean Center Master and reinstalling the program does not give any results, in addition, I tried installing instead of MSI Center, Dragon Center and all the backlight began to work correctly, but unfortunately I cannot use this program, because for some reason it does not see my video card (MSI GeForce RTX 4070 GAMING X TRIO)...
MSI please roll back your update to the old version of MSI Center and Mystic Light, because everything worked correctly there :(
 
Try this.
1. Uninstall MSI Center and MSI Center SDK
2. Restart
3. Delete all MSI Files under C:\Program Files (x86)\MSI\ & %programdata% as well as %appdata%.
4. Run CleanCenterMaster (from here: https://download.msi.com/uti_exe/nb/CleanCenterMaster.zip) - this will restart.
5. Run CMD as Admin => enter sfc /scannnow and let this complete.
6. Restart
7. Now install MSI Center via MS Store
 
Try this.
1. Uninstall MSI Center and MSI Center SDK
2. Restart
3. Delete all MSI Files under C:\Program Files (x86)\MSI\ & %programdata% as well as %appdata%.
4. Run CleanCenterMaster (from here: https://download.msi.com/uti_exe/nb/CleanCenterMaster.zip) - this will restart.
5. Run CMD as Admin => enter sfc /scannnow and let this complete.
6. Restart
7. Now install MSI Center via MS Store
Of course, I can do this, but tell me why the Dragon Center is working normally for me then?
 
Of course, I can do this, but tell me why the Dragon Center is working normally for me then?
If it was an Intel board i could tell you that it's because your CP{U might be a 10th gen CPU were anything above that required MSI centre. I would guess the same is true for the AMD equivalent. But RTX 40 series GPU's are not supported in Dragon Centre.
 
If it was an Intel board i could tell you that it's because your CP{U might be a 10th gen CPU were anything above that required MSI centre. I would guess the same is true for the AMD equivalent. But RTX 40 series GPU's are not supported in Dragon Centre.
I did everything you wrote, but it did not give results, the most annoying thing is that everything worked fine until the recent update of MSI Center and Mystic Light, and I tried switching to different backlight modes and they work fine, except for the rainbow mode, which I use :(
 
In previous version of MSI Center, the 4070 gaming x trio is also detected? are you installing the latest MSI Center 2.0.34.0 and Mystic Light 3.0.6.3? and is there any third party RGB application installed in your system?
 
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In previous version of MSI Center, the 4070 gaming x trio is also detected? are you installing the latest MSI Center 2.0.34.0 and Mystic Light 3.0.6.3? and is there any third party RGB application installed in your system?
Yes, it detects, MSI Center on any version sees the video card, it is the Dragon Center that does not see it, and yes, I use the latest versions of MSI Center 2.0.34.0 and Mystic Light 3.0.6.3, and I do not use third-party RGB applications.
 
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