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03-12-2022 10:52 AM - edited 03-12-2022 10:57 AM
In the hopes it would fix a problem with the RGB software on my desktop itself, I recently uninstalled Omen Gaming Hub from my desktop, and it won't reinstall itself.After my new, faster, and larger SSD (storage) was installed, the issue started. Everything I've done to resolve it hasn't worked. In addition to running a system file checker and deleting the download cache from the Windows Store, I executed powershell commands, reinstalled my drivers, restarted my computer, and everything.Because I can no longer use any of its cool features, such as overclocking, network boosting, RGB, etc., I am getting very frustrated. Please, if you have a magical way to help me fix this, let me know. I will welcome any solutions.
03-12-2022 04:28 PM
... I recently uninstalled Omen Gaming Hub from my desktop, and it won't reinstall itself.
You have to use Windows Store to search for Omen Gaming Hub and install yourself.
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