It seems that Mystic Light 3.0.0.08 will fix it, ETA: Late March/Early April.EDIT : I decided to power off the PC, turn it off at the main switch, press and held the power button to clear any residual power and then powered back on. Now it WORKS again!
So, RGB has been working just fine.............until this morning when my PC installed update of MSI Center and also Mystic Light. Now my Crucial Ballistix RAM is just shown as "DDR4 Dimm" and none of the lighting effects work. When it DID work, the RAM was called Ballistic Tracer if I remember correctly.
Come on MSI!!!!! Get this sorted please, once and for all. It works, then it doesn't. Its fixed, then its broke again. Yo-yo effect on your software updates.
After seeing this comment today, I decided to download and update to the latest dragon center just to try it, and I can't believe that it actually works now. Mystic light can now control the crucial ballistic rgb. No need to use other softwares like openrgb or gskill trident z or armoury crate anymore.It seems that Mystic Light 3.0.0.08 will fix it, ETA: Late March/Early April.
What's your motherboard? If it supports MSI Center, I will suggest you remove Dragon Center and install MSI Center. You can go to the Utility page of your motherboard to check.Spoke too soon. Unfortunately, it still seems that after sleep even the latest dragon center loses control of the RGB control. It can sometimes regain control after a restart. Oh well, back to using gskill trident z lighting control.
Ok so I decided to try removing dragon center with the uninstaller you linked and I also removed gskill trident z lighting control (hadn't done this before, dumb of me. ), then I re-installed dragon center and it works this time. Ram RGB controls now remain intact even after sleep. However, let's say if I put the PC to sleep then turn off the power (which is something I usually do to save a little extra power consumption during the night), after restarting and resuming from where I left off on sleep, the RGB controls are lost again. To fix this, I exit dragon center, open task manager and find LEDKeeper2 and end the task, then restart dragon center (LEDKeeper 2 restarts itself as well when you restart dragon center) and the ram RGB controls are back again.What's your motherboard? If it supports MSI Center, I will suggest you remove Dragon Center and install MSI Center. You can go to the Utility page of your motherboard to check.
I've seen people saying that Mystic Light 3.0.0.09 in MSI Center can fix this issue, maybe give it a try?
You need to completely remove Dragon Center before installing MSI Center, here's a tool to help you do that:
Place the tool on Desktop, run it and select Uninstall GUI & SDK.
Do your RAM show up in Mystic Light? Have you tried every color effects? Sometimes just reinstall Mystic Light feature can fix it, just remember to remove any third party RGB software e.g. ArmouryCrate first.B550 Edge Wifi --- T-force Delta 16x2 @3200 - DDR4
My Ram was perfectly controlled by MysticLight/Msi Center
Now they updated some ML> 3.0.0.09 - MC 22.214.171.124
No way to control them anymore - no light at all - but they show up in System info!
I'll try the solution found up there, and report back
( I know the thread was about Ballistic's but it seems the issue is common to others as well )
ArmouryCrate >>> manages perfectly My T-Force Ram !!!