Dragon Center not Detecting Corsair Vengeance PRO RGB RAM

cjlorenz8159c02e0

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Ok, so since the latest update of Dragon Center on a fresh Windows Install since the BIOS update broke my RAID Array with no recovery. I have noticed that Dragon Center is not detecting my Corsair Vengeance PRO RGB RAM. I've tried uninstalling Dragon Center, and reinstalling using the older version and got the same issue. Any and all help here would be appreciated.

CPU: Intel Core i5 10400
MB: MSI MPG Z490 Gaming Carbon WiFi
RAM: Corsair Vengeance PRO RGB
OS: Windows 10 Pro Vertsion 1909 OS Build 18363.1171
 

zeratul19860118

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Had the same problem. Installed Corsair ICUE. turns out my ram had a firmware update. Now it works again. Unfortunately I had to leave ICUE in the start-up.
From MSI support:
For Corsair RAM issue, new version has changed control way for Corsair products. Kindly please follow the steps below to control Corsair RAM. Thanks!
1. Install Dragon Center and Corsair iCUE. Restart the system after the installation.
2. Enter iCUE->Settings->Gereral, set "Enable SDK" to enable. (You can refer to the first picture)
3. Enter iCUE->Settings, set "Enable full SW Control" to enable. (You can refer to the second picture)
4. Then please enter Dragon Center->Mystic Light to control Corsair RAM.
 

flyingv2815b702e7

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Yeah, too many software layers for the sake of what.
Its also a continual bang on your SSD (Resource Monitor).

edit: sorry. it would have been nice if the whole LED thing
could have been designed to be lightweight without so much
constantly running software. rams for example have smart controllers
but without sync between them two sticks fall in and out of sync due to
chip clocks not being 100% the same. i like the external controller idea
but that wont help with ram.
 
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cjlorenz8159c02e0

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Had the same problem. Installed Corsair ICUE. turns out my ram had a firmware update. Now it works again. Unfortunately I had to leave ICUE in the start-up.
From MSI support:
For Corsair RAM issue, new version has changed control way for Corsair products. Kindly please follow the steps below to control Corsair RAM. Thanks!
1. Install Dragon Center and Corsair iCUE. Restart the system after the installation.
2. Enter iCUE->Settings->Gereral, set "Enable SDK" to enable. (You can refer to the first picture)
3. Enter iCUE->Settings, set "Enable full SW Control" to enable. (You can refer to the second picture)
4. Then please enter Dragon Center->Mystic Light to control Corsair RAM.
Sadly that still didn't work. I have it in Dragon Center now, but Mystic light is still not controlling the Corsair RAM... I can get my case and MB RGB to change, but still not the RAM.
 
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