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H80I not showing up in corsair link.

The cooler itself is working along with the led, but it's not showing up in corsair link. I want to turn down the fans a bit because it's a bit too loud when I'm gaming. I tried using difference usb ports, but no luck. I made sure I even had the latest corsair link installed.
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  1. Are you using windows 8.1?
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  2. bdiddytampa said:
    Are you using windows 8.1?


    Whoops, forgot to mention what OS I was using. Yes I am using 8.1, I hear other poeple with 8.1 is getting the same issues.
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  3. Yup, I have the H80i as well and just updated to 8.1 last weekend. Came up with the same issue. Are you comfortable with editing your registry?
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  4. bdiddytampa said:
    Yup, I have the H80i as well and just updated to 8.1 last weekend. Came up with the same issue. Are you comfortable with editing your registry?


    I can try to do that. I read that as a solution somewhere last night.
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    Totally worked for me. Just right click start button, click run, and type in "regedit"

    So navigate to this path in Registry Editor: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\USB\VID_1B1C&PID_0C04

    You should find one or possibly more folders of random numbers, letters, and ampersands. Under each of these folders will be a "Device Parameters" folder which has the following four important strings:
    AllowIdleIrpInD3 = 1
    DeviceSelectiveSuspended = 1
    EnhancedPowerManagementEnabled = 1
    SelectiveSuspendEnabled = 1

    Just double click these individually in the far right pane and a window will pop up with the value already highlighted. Change each to "0" (zero) then save and reboot.

    To revert these changes, just change the values back to 1.

    If you have any questions or don't understand something let me know, I'll try to talk you through it. It's dead easy, and I can vouch for it working.
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  6. bdiddytampa said:
    Totally worked for me. Just right click start button, click run, and type in "regedit"

    So navigate to this path in Registry Editor: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\USB\VID_1B1C&PID_0C04

    You should find one or possibly more folders of random numbers, letters, and ampersands. Under each of these folders will be a "Device Parameters" folder which has the following four important strings:
    AllowIdleIrpInD3 = 1
    DeviceSelectiveSuspended = 1
    EnhancedPowerManagementEnabled = 1
    SelectiveSuspendEnabled = 1

    Just double click these individually in the far right pane and a window will pop up with the value already highlighted. Change each to "0" (zero) then save and reboot.

    To revert these changes, just change the values back to 1.

    If you have any questions or don't understand something let me know, I'll try to talk you through it. It's dead easy, and I can vouch for it working.


    Thanks, I can finally see my fans and my pump.
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  7. No problem, glad I could help :-)
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  8. joey3590 said:
    The cooler itself is working along with the led, but it's not showing up in corsair link. I want to turn down the fans a bit because it's a bit too loud when I'm gaming. I tried using difference usb ports, but no luck. I made sure I even had the latest corsair link installed.
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  9. Did you find a solution? (Ihave the same problem)
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  10. I was looking for the problem and what do you know the solution is on tomshardware
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  11. bdiddytampa said:
    Totally worked for me. Just right click start button, click run, and type in "regedit"

    So navigate to this path in Registry Editor: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\USB\VID_1B1C&PID_0C04

    You should find one or possibly more folders of random numbers, letters, and ampersands. Under each of these folders will be a "Device Parameters" folder which has the following four important strings:
    AllowIdleIrpInD3 = 1
    DeviceSelectiveSuspended = 1
    EnhancedPowerManagementEnabled = 1
    SelectiveSuspendEnabled = 1

    Just double click these individually in the far right pane and a window will pop up with the value already highlighted. Change each to "0" (zero) then save and reboot.

    To revert these changes, just change the values back to 1.

    If you have any questions or don't understand something let me know, I'll try to talk you through it. It's dead easy, and I can vouch for it working.


    i tried this and still cant see it in corsair link :S please help.
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  12. bdiddytampa said:
    Totally worked for me. Just right click start button, click run, and type in "regedit"

    So navigate to this path in Registry Editor: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\USB\VID_1B1C&PID_0C04

    You should find one or possibly more folders of random numbers, letters, and ampersands. Under each of these folders will be a "Device Parameters" folder which has the following four important strings:
    AllowIdleIrpInD3 = 1
    DeviceSelectiveSuspended = 1
    EnhancedPowerManagementEnabled = 1
    SelectiveSuspendEnabled = 1

    Just double click these individually in the far right pane and a window will pop up with the value already highlighted. Change each to "0" (zero) then save and reboot.

    To revert these changes, just change the values back to 1.

    If you have any questions or don't understand something let me know, I'll try to talk you through it. It's dead easy, and I can vouch for it working.


    when i go in the for files are not there just a (default) and device information.
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  13. bdiddytampa said:
    Totally worked for me. Just right click start button, click run, and type in "regedit"

    So navigate to this path in Registry Editor: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\USB\VID_1B1C&PID_0C04

    You should find one or possibly more folders of random numbers, letters, and ampersands. Under each of these folders will be a "Device Parameters" folder which has the following four important strings:
    AllowIdleIrpInD3 = 1
    DeviceSelectiveSuspended = 1
    EnhancedPowerManagementEnabled = 1
    SelectiveSuspendEnabled = 1

    Just double click these individually in the far right pane and a window will pop up with the value already highlighted. Change each to "0" (zero) then save and reboot.

    To revert these changes, just change the values back to 1.

    If you have any questions or don't understand something let me know, I'll try to talk you through it. It's dead easy, and I can vouch for it working.

    hey i was worried when i couldnt see my settings for the pump and this helped me, thank you :wahoo:
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  14. bdiddytampa said:
    Totally worked for me. Just right click start button, click run, and type in "regedit"

    So navigate to this path in Registry Editor: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\USB\VID_1B1C&PID_0C04

    You should find one or possibly more folders of random numbers, letters, and ampersands. Under each of these folders will be a "Device Parameters" folder which has the following four important strings:
    AllowIdleIrpInD3 = 1
    DeviceSelectiveSuspended = 1
    EnhancedPowerManagementEnabled = 1
    SelectiveSuspendEnabled = 1

    Just double click these individually in the far right pane and a window will pop up with the value already highlighted. Change each to "0" (zero) then save and reboot.

    To revert these changes, just change the values back to 1.

    If you have any questions or don't understand something let me know, I'll try to talk you through it. It's dead easy, and I can vouch for it working.
    Reply to timmyfakaia
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