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  1. All I can find is this: https://bit.ly/TTRGBPlusV140 from the thermaltake website. Try deleting the software and reinstalling. That may clear it up. Every once in while there is a glitch on a download or install.
  2. I will say this: after trying Thermaltake's software compared to my other RGB lighting, like Corsair, AMD Wraith Prism, even a weird ASR Polycrome to control a tiny logo on a video card and my Redragon keyboard - NONE of them give me any problems that the Thermaltake does. All of the other companies save and continue when I restart, am in Linux Mint or anything else. The lighting is consistent. When I am trying the fans, however, their lighting goes to default (ugly rainbow, not even pretty rainbow) and stays there until I open the software in Windows only, and I have to make sure t
  3. I know I sound like a nut, but I have a dual boot system - on the windows side my fans look great, but over to Linux Mint and the fans are on rainbow ick. Is there any support available for Linux at all that I can use? I have been googling but all I have found available is for Arch Linux (which won't work for me) and that is about it. Help?
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