CLEVO Drivers Update Utility by OBSIDIAN-PC

Discussion in 'Sager and Clevo' started by Ultra Male, Feb 13, 2017.

  1. Chastity

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    @John@OBSIDIAN-PC

    1) New Updater licensee here, yw

    2) Intel VGA DCH package 26.20.100.6813 came down Windows Update today
     
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    So what's the plan - DCH or no DCH? It appears DCH is the way to go moving forward, but for now the regular drivers are still supported. Will the Updater automatically detect which type we are running and suggest the appropriate driver, or do users need to be aware of which type they are using, and if they have moved to DCH, they'll get drivers from elsewhere? Currently both Intel and nVIDIA have DCH versions of their drivers. Updater detects the driver version number, but not whether it is DCH or not.
     
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    @John@OBSIDIAN-PC

    is it possible that one of the last keyboardled update broke it? ...it still autostarts and applies the settings but I can't see its GUI anymore so I can't change settings.

    ...also, the Intel driver 25.20.100.6618 does not install on my P650HP6-G. Right now I'm on 25.20.100.6519
     
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  4. djsubtronic

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    Sorry for being slightly off topic, but has anyone managed to update their Clevo laptop to Windows 1903? I keep getting an error saying that I can't upgrade as a driver/service is unsupported (no info on which one). Updater shows everything is up to date, so wondering what it could be.
     
  5. John@OBSIDIAN-PC

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    Exit Keyboard LED (CTRL + ALT + DEL if needed)
    Go to you User Documents folder, then \LaptopTools\KeyboardLED
    Edit keyboardled.ini and delete the mainWindowGeometry= line
    Save the File
    Re-Open Keyboard LED


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    Fan Control updated to 2.3.5
    - Added the ability to switch from Auto to Max even on the non-registered version
    - Better security handling in case the app crashes
    - Added indication in case Control Station power mode is changing the Fan Profile
    - Better check function for communication between Fan Control UI and Service
     
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    Fixed :cool:

    @John@OBSIDIAN-PC I'm playing a bit with colors:
    - white is actually yellow, is it due coding or color mixing limitations of the RGB leds?
    - cyan is green (same as before?)
    - blue gets kinda overwritten and mixed with any other color I put on another zone (the only way I can really see the blue is by fixing blue to all the 3 zones, otherwise it is always a mix)

    ...actually all the 3 points above make total sense if I consider the blue leds being almost missing (little to none luminance) since W = R + G + B but if we remove B then W = Y... same goes for C which should be G + B but with no blue C = G ...

    Does everyone have no almost no power on blue leds?

    PS: I made all tests at max brightness
     
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    Finally, I waited for the improvement of the program.:)
     
  8. John@OBSIDIAN-PC

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    Works perfect on all my keyboards.
    Maybe you have a bad one?
     
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    So your white is true white? And when you put all the 3 zones on blue you see a strong and bright blue?
     
  10. John@OBSIDIAN-PC

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    Yeap, just double tested it.
    Works perfectly.

    Sent from my Mi Note 2 using Tapatalk
     
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