some months ago I developed a software (with Visual Studio 2022 Community, C#) that used AURA SDK to drive led strips embedded into 3 fans "Cooler Master MasterFan MF120 ARGB" (120 leds each fan). Those 3 fans "led strips" (outer ring and inner fan) are connected "cascaded" as per instruction of the manufacturer. They are connected to the "ADD_GEN_2_2" header of the motherboard, ASUS PRIME B560-PLUS. The color of the leds are driven by the software that I developed. The issue appeared right after I updated "Armoury Crate" to the latest version: before the update, the software detected 3 "AddressableStrip" (from 1 to 3 using "sdk.Enumerate(0)"), after the update only 2 "AddressableStrip" are detected and:
- when I change the color of "AddressableStrip" 1 nothing happens, before the update it changed the color of the fan 1 - when I change the color of "AddressableStrip" 2, all fans change color together, before the update it changed the color of the fan 2 - the 3rd "AddressableStrip" is not detected anymore
Before the update I was able to change the color of every fan individually. I tried to uninstall Armoury Crate, reboot and install Armoury Crate again but that didn't fix the issue. Tried to uninstall and reinstall the "Aura SDK" but nothing changed. What could I check? The motherboard is updated with the latest BIOS, OS is Windows 11 PRO, RAM 32GB, CPU i7-11700. Thank you, regards.