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Edited by Fiery: DOWNLOAD LINK FOR THE SDK FILES:

http://users.aida64.com/strike7_api_1_1.zip

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I just bought a secondhand Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 7 and found out afterwards, that the Mad Catz company and their download website has closed down. I've managed to find the driver and software but I can't seem to find the sdk or api (or what it's called). I would like to monitor my temps on the screen and I therefore need the strike7api.dll in order to do that. Can anybody help with where I can obtain or possibly send it to my?

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On 12/11/2017 at 5:41 AM, Fiery said:

Please find the Strike7 API files in:

http://users.aida64.com/strike7_api_1_1.zip

Is anyone still developing addon's for the keyboard? I was thinking of trying my hand at converting the FFXIV rainbow mage parser into a Venom (strike 7) compatible program which since their SDK kinda poofed I'm hoping this API is all I'll need now lol :P.

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On ‎9‎/‎27‎/‎2019 at 11:28 PM, DanteMccloud#2418 said:

Is anyone still developing addon's for the keyboard? I was thinking of trying my hand at converting the FFXIV rainbow mage parser into a Venom (strike 7) compatible program which since their SDK kinda poofed I'm hoping this API is all I'll need now lol :P.

AIDA64 still supports the LCD screen of the Strike7 keyboard.

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7 hours ago, Fiery said:

Hello, that was the one I tried. Noticed the API assembly is x86 mode only, whereas the programs i need are in x64 due to DX11 requirements. But the documentation makes it sound like the .NET wrapper will only work with x86 instead of x64 and like the 32bit C++ assembly was thrown in with it. Tried replacing the x86 C++ assembly with the x64 one and the .NET test app explodes haha. I'm also not seeing the Screen simulator they talked about in the readme in there anywhere.

Sorry to be a bother I know this isn't your normal support topic, y'all are just my last hope ^.^ 

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A question that hits more to home, once I add the Strike7.DLL to the AIDA64 folder and boot up AIDA i see MadCatz tab in the preferences (all good so far) and I got the LCD items and build a display... now how Do I push this new display to my keyboard?

Tutorial I watched said the AIDA64 icon should kinda just appear on the 2nd page of the VENOM touchpad when you open it.. nothing appears.

I'm noticing a few issues like I can't get new icons on my Launcher page (maybe I have old or wrong software to load the laucher with or maybe it's a driver or firmware issue? 

When I open the Mad Catz tool to update new icons on the launcher in Profile Editor it says Software version - 7.0.48.0 Driver Version 7.0.33.91 I add new items and hit apply but they never load to the keyboard oddly.

STRIKE7_Firmware_v203.exe

After a few hours of fighting this I finally got it all working haha :P

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On ‎3‎/‎6‎/‎2020 at 7:14 PM, DanteMccloud#2418 said:

Hello, that was the one I tried. Noticed the API assembly is x86 mode only, whereas the programs i need are in x64 due to DX11 requirements. But the documentation makes it sound like the .NET wrapper will only work with x86 instead of x64 and like the 32bit C++ assembly was thrown in with it. Tried replacing the x86 C++ assembly with the x64 one and the .NET test app explodes haha. I'm also not seeing the Screen simulator they talked about in the readme in there anywhere.

Sorry to be a bother I know this isn't your normal support topic, y'all are just my last hope ^.^ 

I'm afraid we've never dealt with either the 64-bit aspects of the SDK or the .NET or C++ development side of it.

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