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LightingService needs a restart at cold boot?

PanicsX1
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Hello together,

at first sorry for my bad english i hope it isn´t too worse for you all :'D
I Builded a full ROG setup a few days ago.
Asus ROG Strix x570-e Gaming Motherboard, AMD Ryzen 3950x, Asus ROG ryujin 360, TridentZ Neo 3200MHZ 64GB Ram, Asus ROG strix RTX 2080Ti, Asus ROG Helios case if this matters everything...
Everything is working fine so far except for the LightingService. After every boot (cold or reboot) i see the service kick in and all lights going as expected.
After a few seconds the LightingService seems to "stop" and all lights just freeze in place.
I checked the service but it is running. If i restart the service everything works again and stays so until i reboot or shutdown the system.

Is there everyone else experiencing this?
Can it be fixed or do i need to write a small script to restart the service on every boot?
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Thank you @1mluer but it seems to work after i set the service to "delayed automatic" and removed the Mainboard Plugin from iCue like @xPepi suggested 🙂

I don´t know how to close this Thread but from my side it is finished :'D

PanicsX1 wrote:
Thank you @1mluer but it seems to work after i set the service to "delayed automatic" and removed the Mainboard Plugin from iCue like @xPepi suggested 🙂

I don´t know how to close this Thread but from my side it is finished :'D


Cool don't worry about closing it. Someone else will have the same issue and find this helpful.
InWin 909 Silver RGB build
i9-10900k
ROG Maximus XII Apex
ROG Matrix 2080 ti
Gskill Trident Royal 4400 16g

Everything overclocked and love it.
ROG Awesomeness !!!!

Turning the iCue plug-in switch to off under settings-general was everything for me. Flipping that switch removed the non-Corsair items from iCue. All the lights are now predictably controlled through aura sync now whereas i leave all of my Corsair products to iCue control.