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Hello,

Recently installed new logitech gaming software for G510.

Aida always worked , now i cant get the error away when i activate the lcd support.

Cannot get to the settings to configure the temps to display on the keyboard.

Logitech gaming soft 8.20.74

does anyone have the same prob?

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1) Do you use Windows 7 64-bit?

2) Did you have a previous version of Logitech LCD drivers installed before installing v8.20? Did AIDA64 work properly before installing v8.20?

Thanks,

Fiery

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I have got the same problem with logitech gaming software 8.20.74

The software ran fine before the update.

When i go on preference:

aida.gif

Im using the Trial version on x64 Computer.

If the problem fix

I'll buy AIDA64 today because it is really good.

Sorry for my bad english.

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There seems to be a bug in Logitech Gaming Software under Windows 8 that sometimes prevents AIDA64 from detecting the connected devices.  We'll do more test runs with the latest Logitech Gaming Software, and will try to come up with a workaround until Logitech could fix it from their end.

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I am running Windows 7 64 bit.  I also have the problem that when enabling Logitech's LCD under Aida64 I get the error "LCD Init Failed."  However I just noticed that another non-Logitech applet for the LCD screen for a game is also no longer displaying on the LCD screen even though its applet is checked in Logitech's Gaming Software.  I have tried uninstalling the version I had (lgs840 64) and re-installing the latest version (lgs846 64) and still not applets besides those included in the Logitech bundle will appear.  Anyone have an idea of what I am missing?  Thanks

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