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    RGB Not working on strix z370E

    I have seen the multitude of posts regarding this issue on the x99 boards. But no so much in regards to the strix z370.

    But its basically the same problem. RGB lights on the mobo, and controller stopped working. Only my ram works and is controllable through aura.

    I've tried every solution listed (including elmor's fix) and alas nothing. (maybe I didn't follow the instructions properly)

    is there a different fix for these boards?

    I know they "work" as if I turn off the power supply and flip it back on they light up white for about half a second.

    specs:
    Strix z370E
    G.Skillz trident z 3200mhz RGB

    windows reinstalled.
    latest bios. no aura installed yet (but just uninstalled it )

    Thanks. (also I've tried searching for better results before posting. Not much. Talked to Asus support. Nothing there other than RMA. BUT I KNOW that is not a true solution)
    Last edited by sage_lee; 10-10-2018 at 06:33 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sage_lee View Post
    I have seen the multitude of posts regarding this issue on the x99 boards. But no so much in regards to the strix z370.

    But its basically the same problem. RGB lights on the mobo, and controller stopped working. Only my ram works and is controllable through aura.

    I've tried every solution listed (including elmor's fix) and alas nothing. (maybe I didn't follow the instructions properly)

    is there a different fix for these boards?

    I know they "work" as if I turn off the power supply and flip it back on they light up white for about half a second.

    specs:
    Strix z370E
    G.Skillz trident z 3200mhz RGB

    windows reinstalled.
    latest bios. no aura installed yet (but just uninstalled it )

    Thanks. (also I've tried searching for better results before posting. Not much. Talked to Asus support. Nothing there other than RMA. BUT I KNOW that is not a true solution)
    Try clear your CMOS and check if you have any other applications that control RGBs. You can also check your settings in your BIOS to see if Aura is disabled.

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    I've done that. Literally everything. No programs controlling RGB installed. Redone CMOS, no aura. etc

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