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Omen 25L Desktop PC
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Product number 1X7B2AV:

 

I am connecting the RGB cables from a Cooler Master ML120 v2 to the included RGB cable exposed above the motherboard. Both the fan and the pump are working and the leds are lighting up, but they are only set to the color White. I am not able to control them via Omen Lighting Studio nor the Omen Gaming hub light controller. I also do not see any options for adding additional RGB units to either app.

Is there any way to add this connection to the OMEN Lighting Studio so I can sync all of the RGBs?

 

For reference here is a picture that shows the cable from https://www.reviewed.com/laptops/content/hp-omen-25l-2021-review

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This cpu fan is connected to that exposed rgb cable.

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I have solved it using some python code to directly program the LED controller. As per https://www.reddit.com/r/HPOmen/comments/nirgwa/a_way_to_change_hp_omen_lighting_with_a_python/ 

The LED controller is connected via USB directly to the motherboard, and this user has already identified the device ids. So by setting the LED Module ID to 0x04, the exposed RGB cable can be used. It would be appreciated if the Omen light studio can detect this automatically or allow adding additional RGB products.

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I have solved it using some python code to directly program the LED controller. As per https://www.reddit.com/r/HPOmen/comments/nirgwa/a_way_to_change_hp_omen_lighting_with_a_python/ 

The LED controller is connected via USB directly to the motherboard, and this user has already identified the device ids. So by setting the LED Module ID to 0x04, the exposed RGB cable can be used. It would be appreciated if the Omen light studio can detect this automatically or allow adding additional RGB products.

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