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    Posted: 13 Jun 2019 at 4:11pm
I have:
- X370 Gaming K4 mobo
- bios v 5.30 with default bios settings
- Ryzen 1700X
- one RGB deepcool fan connected to 12vGRB cpu rgb header (not the amd usb header) and no other rgb device
- Windows 10 Pro, May 2019 update

- fresh install, pure stock drivers from Microsoft, except for Samsung NVME driver

- F-Stream Tuning utility ver:3.0.199
- ASRock RGB LED ver:1.0.41
- CPUID's cpu-z, hwmonitor, powermax
- hwinfo64
- AMD's Ryzen Master
- Samsung Magician

the RGB led utility cannot successfully run. Nothing appears. There is no change in the default breathing red led mode. In the task manager, I see the program start, then terminates after a couple of seconds.

I did not try the workaround others posted about using the programs's flash utility to flash the rgb chip since my issue is where the proram does not even start.
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Hello! My polychrome RGB half a year doesn't work. Doesn't help updating the program and BIOS. The RGB always blinks by default with white light.
My motherboard is Z390 Taichi, PolychromeRGB v1.0.38, BIOS v4.0
Can someone help with this?
Thanks!
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I am running latest polychrome and nu_2.08 on x470 board and it runs ok I cant controll header 2 at all and header 1 makes my EK vector always show blue no matter what i do.
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how exactly you did it
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote vmen Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Apr 2019 at 4:53am
How exactly you ran polychrome on your motherboard because i'm using the same board and i can only use asrock rgb led which is not exactly the same program. If I am right polychrome is not supported for my board but if I'm wrong and you know how to do it I will be glad if you help me and the others. Just to be known i tried your cmd commands and it won't work.
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close NZXT cam app! fixes everything!
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I get a verification error when I try this. Any advice?


Project Name = AB350 Gaming-ITX/ac
BIOS Version = P5.30
Reading file: nu51_1.10...0...ok.
Enter ICP mode.
Company ID: 0x000000FF, Device ID: 0x00FF00FF
Erasing:     EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
Programming: PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP
Verifying:   Verify error: address=0x00000000, value: 0x000000FF != 0x00000002
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YOU= DA MAN
2019 and I just had this issue on this poorly designed and horribly executed board/software. I had to change to the version of the bin file in the directory, and use the wicpflashadsb utility but it worked, and you led me to it. Thank you!!
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I had this same issue and its extremely complex however ive been able to work around it. sort of... i have been able to get the rgb to sync and everything else works however im having issues with 2-3 leds in each fan/ strip where they are stuck on a previous input setting. if i start on static and change it to rainbow the 2/3 rgb lights will remain static and the remaining 13- 15 rgbs do what theyre supposed to. and as for your situation about the fail protocol, i get that too and then my fans go at full blast until i reset and flash 2.07 and it goes away and the program fails and recieve the fail error. im not sure of a soloution besides maybe resetting the bios but im scared it would mess up my computer even more.....
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Hello,



I have the asrock b450 pro4. The asrock RGB program sometimes would work and sometimes did not. I looked it upo and apparently I am not the only one with this issue. I follow this forum to fix http://forum.asrock.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=4537&PN=5&title=rgb-led-issues I followed the post made by TheNoize (the one he quoted). When I get to the part where I put in wICPFLASH.exe /File=nu51_1.08. it did not work. it said it was not found. I went to that file loaction and saw that I had two different files there. One was wICPFLASH.exe /File=nu51_1.10 and wICPFLASH.exe /File=nu51_2.07. I then put in wICPFLASH.exe /File=nu51_1.10. That worked but I still had the same issue with the ASROCK rgb program not opening. So I then tried wICPFLASH.exe /File=nu51_2.07 This caused my LEDs to shut off. The program is still not launching. I tried redoing everythign. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the ASrock rgb program. Nothing is working. When I put it wICPFLASH.exe /File=nu51_2.07 my LEDS start to do the breath red effect. I then get this error.

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   wICPFLASH v1.0.18 - ASRock Incorporation, all rights reserved
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Project Name = B450 Pro4
BIOS Version = P1.80
Reading file: nu51_2.07...0...ok.
Enter ICP mode.
Company ID: 0x000000DA, Device ID: 0x00210050
Erasing:     EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
Programming: PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP
Verifying:   VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV
Exit ICP mode.
Program done.

CMD_RPD_HIGH_LOW data not match.
               ########    ###    #### ##
               ##        ## ##    ## ##
               ##        ##   ##   ## ##
               ######   ##     ## ## ##
               ##       ######### ## ##
               ##       ##     ## ## ##
               ##       ##     ## #### ########

C:\Program Files (x86)\ASRock Utility\ASRRGBLED\Bin>



The # spell out FAIL in the cmd prompt by the way.



I know this is a long one and I know not a lot of people use asrock. If anyone knows a fix please help. I have found nothing online. PLEASEEEEEEEEEE
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