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  1. hello I have this problem with my pc all time restart one of controller not shows up try to unplug power and reconnect it is show up power supply Thermaltake 850w msi motherboard z390 processor i7 9700 k windows 10 pro
  2. I've got 6 x 140 Riing fans connected through 2 supplied controllers. The buttons on the controllers are unresponsive. They all power on blue. I had them connected directly through the 2 controllers to 2 chassis fans on the m/b, but thought they might not be getting enough power. So i've paired them together and connected them using an adapter (a molex and one of the m/b chassis fan connectors). Still nothing. I have noticed that the controller lights will switch between low and high (red and blue) only when i unplug and plug the units back in. I double checked in the bios (i have an ASRock Z170 extreme7+) and they don't respond through changing the fan speeds in there. However, when i do manually (unplug and re-plug) change them from low to high, the fan speeds appear to be reading correctly in the bios. I doubt both controllers are bad, but reading online they seem to be plug and play. What could I possibly be missing?
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