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03-09-2022 04:43 PM
Hi - I would like to switch all lights (or at least the front top one) off completely when the PC is in sleep mode. At the moment the front top light starts blinking and it is very bright and annoying, is there a way to fix that? Thanks!
03-12-2022 03:37 AM
Welcome to the HP Support Community! I'd like to help!
I see you are looking to switch lights in sleep mode on the OMEN 30L Desktop PC.
I have a few recommendations
- OMEN Gaming Hub helps you customize chassis lighting, Configure the LED lights on the OMEN computer or peripheral device. Lighting features vary by product. Each lighting area displays as a separate tab.
- Chassis lighting is available only on certain computer models
- Please click on this link for more settings on OMEN Gaming Hub.
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04-07-2022 06:24 AM
I had the same issue. After looking at my current versions of OMEN Gaming Hub and OMEN Light Studio, I did not see any immediate and obvious fix. I also did not see the 'sleep' icons mentioned in another thread about this subject. But I did stumble on to this fix:
Using OMEN Gaming Hub, created a new profile. Go to the LIGHTING tab. Select Zones 2, 3 and 4 and set each of them to OFF. Select Zone 1 (the diamond on the front). Click on ADVANCED towards the bottom. Leave this light turned ON. At this point you can use the INTENSITY slider and move it all the way to the left or set the RGB values directly to zero. This has the effect of leaving the light 'on' but the color is set to 'black'. If you have this profile active when the computer goes to sleep the diamond on the front does not pulsate.
This works for me - hopefully it will work for everyone else with this issue.
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