If you are using Corsair devices, you may be using Corsair’s Utility Engine or CUE. It is a software managing all the Corsair devices connect to your computer. Corsair is well known to gamers but there are times when an error interrupts the connecting process in Windows 10.
Some gamers encounter the error “no device detected, please connect a device” with their Corsair Utility Engine.
There are several ways on how you can fix the error. Check out the solutions below and follow each step one at a time, until you can solve the issue.
Fixing Corsair Utility Engine No Device Detected Error
Solution #1 – Change the USB Port
The USB port you are using may not be working properly thus triggering the “No Device Detected” error. If this is the case, you can unplug your Corsair device and plug it to another port on your computer.
In some cases, the Corsair Utility Engine only detects 3.0 port so if you are using the 2.0 port, it may also be the reason for the error.
Solution #2 – Restart your Corsair Utility Engine
There may be technical issues with the software so a quick restart can help refresh the overall function of the engine.
- If you opened the Corsair Utility Engine, close it first.
- Launch the taskbar. You can also use the run dialog box and type taskmgr.
- Under processes, look for Corsair Utility Engine (CUE).
- Right-click on the name and click End Task.
- Open the Corsair Utility Engine again and try to see if the error has been resolved.
Solution #3 – Update the Corsair Utility Engine Software
The latest version of the Corsair Utility Engine may include fixes that can solve the “No Device Detected” error. Outdated software may also be the cause of the error.
- On any browser, go to the official website of Corsair.
- Look for any available update on the software and download it to your computer.
- Now, go to Programs and Features.
- Look for the iCUE Software.
- Right-click on the name and select Uninstall.
- Restart your computer.
- Go to the latest software you just downloaded.
- Right-click on the file and select Run as administrator.
- Wait for the process to finish. It will install the new software.
- Once done, restart your computer.
Solution #4 – Update Drivers
- Go to the Device Manager.
- Look for Keyboard and expand the option.
- Look for Corsair keyboard, right-click and select Update Driver.
- Select Search automatically for updated driver software.
- Wait for the process to finish.
- Now, repeat the process to all keyboard entries.
- Once done, check if the error still exists.
Did any of the steps above help you solve the error with your Corsair Utility Engine in Windows 10? Let us know in the comments below.