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  1. I downloaded the Fix Tool, and ran in Administrator mode. This did not work.
  2. I recently re-installed Windows, and have since re-installed DPS G. The S/N says it's in use, or bundled with another user. Please help. I have access to the account which the SN is in use with, but it won't allow me to log in until I enter a Serial Number. My email is SoleVirtue@live.com
  3. Awesome, I actually just came back here for a refresher course Cheers. See you on the now bookmarked github! Yay for DPSG support!
  4. Oh. the "All values to black" just turned half the loop "Off" and the other half remained on. It didn't exactly remedy that specific issue from earlier. On a positive note, no crashes on the software/service end since using. Well done.
  5. That sounds similar to what's going on with mine. I trust the motherboard to control it now. It was always a temporary solution until I could build a closed loop system. Another can of worms, sure, but a worthwhile one. They look much nicer anyway. After the headache of assembly. I'll try that black on the extra nodes, see if that helps anything with the strange rotation on the AIO. I appreciate the help.
  6. Holy ####, did you just save me $900? xD WHAT THE #### TT? Edit: Since you have an understanding about pumps, moreso than me... I just flipped "PWM" mode in the BIOS, and am letting it run for now. Hella cool temps, but is this 1,700 RPM's okay for the pump? Makes me wonder in the 2 months I've had this build if the pump was getting burned out from all the stop/starting. Any insight would be colossal. Thx, always appreciated.
  7. I'll do that, when I get to it, I'll come back and report my findings.
  8. Looks like the same thing is going on. Something I wouldn't even be able to call TT about, because they'd be better off if my $900 CPU got fried.. I'm going to have to switch to a closed loop, or something if it's NOT supposed to be acting like this.. If you look at the software, it seems like the program has no control over the pump, at all.
  9. I'd have to reinstall the official software xD
  10. Oh, this? Yup, same thing. 0, and occasionally ~700RPMs
  11. I don't know exactly how to stop the service without uninstalling it.. Lol.
  12. Yeah the PIN needs to be disabled to use the the Services.exe at initial run, or it won't auth the password is all. After that, it doesn't mind, because it is already authorized. I could try the black route, but it plays the whole spectrum as if it were a fan, so at the 6th LED it stops the 'flow' per-say, and the next 6 colors come out at the first. It's not that big of an issue, just a small gripe, as this software is showing more promise than the official TT software ever did, customization!! That, and hopefully not crashing every day. Here's to hoping! Well, the TT software would crash out, and the pump would presumably crash with it. I'm not sure if the fan speed is bothered, I wonder if I can check that, hold up... No changes. I would save at 0/20%, 50%, and 100%, and it seemingly ignores it. Acting the same every time. I don't know where the RPM setting in the GUI would be, but this is how it read. Note; The RPM goes to 0 for like 8 seconds, and spins up to 737, then back down to 0. I would assume this is working correctly given my PC is still running, so.. There's that. I'm terrible with tech on the meticulous level, so these are my findings. I'm open to any and all criticism. This shows RPM for the CPU fan, but that is connected to the Motherboard, so the pump itself could be controlled outside of the app. This is my understanding, anyway. Correct me if wrong. I'm pretty sure the controller ONLY sees the RGB, and as they share the same connector, it was important when setting up to NOT put the LED into the CPU connector, as to not fry it. They're clearly labeled, but it's worth noting. I am TERRIBLE with code, [See not understanding extracting a .zip file] so I've got the 'RiingPlusController_v1.7.zip' whatever is in this file. It has the GUI, but if you're working on a GUI for what you've mentioned I'll be checking back here regularly to see if that comes in. Thanks for the response. I've been going on months, unable to even control my fans, or colors due to TT's software, and the last 'update' they pushed out, bricked the program entirely. So... You've already got a leg up on the comp. Maybe they should hire you.
  13. Yup, never mind the PIN problem. It apparently doesn't matter once the Services is authorized. Startup, Normal, and Boot all work as intended.
  14. Wow, after a whole morning of struggling; I deleted all the exceptions Added new exceptions for both .exe files Ran the Services, then the GUI Eureka! My ONLY two concerns as of now: PIN accessability? So I don't have to disable the pin, as my password is decently lengthy, and PIN functionality for Windows is a godsent for me.. CPU AIO functionality? There are a lot of different options here, and they are great, but I notice that the CPU's format of less nodes for colors is being exacerbated when applying these modes. The CPU cooler has half the nodes as the fans, any ideas? That's really all my complaints, outside of my terrible struggles with antivirus stuff, and the PIN problem, being both external problems, which I eventually got around. I'll check to see if I log back in, with a PIN created, if the Services still remains verified and functioning, in which case, if this does end up being true, then the only issue with the program itself is either something I'm overlooking with the AIO cooler's colors, but aside from that, amazing app. Great work!
  15. Seriously...? All I had to do was take the files out of the .rar and that worked..... Wow.......
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