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    Quote Originally Posted by maddinat0r View Post
    Yes, just downloaded the SDK from this URL: https://www.asus.com/campaign/aura/u...ad/AuraSDK.zip
    If I try to start the test application, it tells me that MSVCR120D.dll is missing from my computer. Dependency Walker also still tells me that the SDK DLL is linked against MSVCR120D.dll and MSVCP120D.dll.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maddinat0r View Post
    Yes, just downloaded the SDK from this URL: https://www.asus.com/campaign/aura/u...ad/AuraSDK.zip
    If I try to start the test application, it tells me that MSVCR120D.dll is missing from my computer. Dependency Walker also still tells me that the SDK DLL is linked against MSVCR120D.dll and MSVCP120D.dll.
    If you get the following error “MSVCR120D.dll” OR “MSVCP140.dll” OR “mfc140.dll” is missing, then try downloading Visual Studio Redistributable “vc_redist.x86.exe https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/down....aspx?id=48145
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    So, i've been busy for some time and now im lost, does it still have the old methods(querynames, queryleds, etc)?

    Can i add the sdk dll to a C# application?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dudu631 View Post
    So, i've been busy for some time and now im lost, does it still have the old methods(querynames, queryleds, etc)?

    Can i add the sdk dll to a C# application?

    Thanks!
    No, those commands do not work anymore. Please check the SDK to see the new ones. The SDK should work for both C++ and C#.
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    Ok, but when i try to add the dll, i got this sequence of errors:


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    I'm not programming on my Asus MB computer, i'm currently on my laptop.
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    my work

    for me the sdk work in cpp console application.

    I have a question about a sdk function, SetMbMode (_mbLightCtrl [0], 1); I would like to read the value that is currently on a led of the card. But if I do not define myself the color I can not have the one that is currently defined by aura ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sullivanbuchs View Post
    for me the sdk work in cpp console application.

    I have a question about a sdk function, SetMbMode (_mbLightCtrl [0], 1); I would like to read the value that is currently on a led of the card. But if I do not define myself the color I can not have the one that is currently defined by aura ...
    For now the SDK do not have this function to detect the RGB color defined by AURA. SetMbMode (_mbLightCtrl [0], 1) is used to switch between the default EC mode / user software control mode.

    dudu631,

    This issue will be fixed in the next released version of the SDK.
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    wahou

    It is because I develop a small soft arduino that drives my corsair HD120 and I would like to be able to synchronize with asus aura by the sdk :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AkaNe@Asus View Post
    For now the SDK do not have this function to detect the RGB color defined by AURA. SetMbMode (_mbLightCtrl [0], 1) is used to switch between the default EC mode / user software control mode.

    dudu631,

    This issue will be fixed in the next released version of the SDK.
    I appreciate your fast replys, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddinat0r View Post
    Yes, just downloaded the SDK from this URL: https://www.asus.com/campaign/aura/u...ad/AuraSDK.zip
    If I try to start the test application, it tells me that MSVCR120D.dll is missing from my computer. Dependency Walker also still tells me that the SDK DLL is linked against MSVCR120D.dll and MSVCP120D.dll.
    Me too, and yes i have the required VC redists installed as already mentioned in this thread and other threads.

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