MasterC@Asus, Armory doesn't auto launch for me anymore since this update, 5 days ago. The tick box is selected in the menu for auto launch. My Claymore stays dark until i manually launch Armory.
Specs are in my profile.
Do you have an ROG Delta?
Do you have any devices synced in Aura software?
Try to run UpdateInstaller.exe again to uninstall & reinstall.
I do not have a Rog Delta. Aura is currently turned off, only motherboard, ram and GPU x2 are syunced.
Tried it (again) with updateinstaller and it didn't work.
What happens is that after a reboot or cold boot (overnight), the Claymore does light up on BIOS, windows login etc. But after about 30 seconds after login, the claymore goes dark until i launch Armory manually.
Edit: It seems the Claymore is tied in with AURA, despite not being synced - i have Aura switched off due to the ongoing bug that has colors transitioning 'slowly' besides static or color cycle + high CPU usage. This is when the CLaymore turns on for 30 seconds after logging into windows before the lights turns off.
When Aura is switched on, the Claymore turns on DESPITE NOT BEING LINKED IN AURA. A reboot and shut down confirms this, Claymore is still on. When i turn Aura off, the Claymore turns off. Again, the Claymore is not linked in Aura:
Are you using the latest version of Aura (1.07.22)?
Looks like Aura is syncing with the Claymore now when it shouldn't, causing Armoury to not open after booting up.
Have you tried reinstalling Windows?
Claymore firmware? Latest versions are 1.09.01 (80%) and 1.03.00 (20%)
Any chance of being able to use Armoury with the keyboard and mouse while still syncing the lighting with my motherboard, ram, display, and ADD header?
Sure, you can sync the lighting for peripherals and headsets separately in Armoury, as long as you unsync them in Aura software (otherwise Armoury won't run).
Sorry, what I meant was to control the motherboard, ram, add header, etc. lighting from Armoury instead of Aura, or being able to set the lighting in Aura for the keyboard and mouse and still use Armoury for the other functions. The goal being to have all the system and peripheral lighting sync'd without sacrificing other functionality.
Aura is for lighting, and Armoury is for configuring peripherals and headsets only. Armoury is able to control the lighting (peripherals and headsets) also, however, only one software can assume control at a time.