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    Hi everyone. I had a question about about an issue Iím having. The issue is that Iím running a NBv4 and all of the sudden while taking my chassis out of my saber and then trying to ignite it, my blue LEDís no longer turn on (Iím running a Tri cree BBW) and the white LED is turned on. And when I shake the board, the FoC is now blue. Iíve tested my wires and joints, and Iíve looked over the board and wiring harness and everything seems in order. Itís just my colors are basically switched. The only thing I can think of is that the sound card may have been accidentally ejected while the board was powered and that messed with the sound card. Does anyone have any similar situations and fixes? Any other suggestions besides reformatting the sound card? Thanks to anyone who can help.

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    I would make sure you have the SD card put in, and then kill the power to the saber via kill key(if you have one) and then try it afterwards. You may have just somehow switched your color profiles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forgetful Jedi Knight View Post
    I would make sure you have the SD card put in, and then kill the power to the saber via kill key(if you have one) and then try it afterwards. You may have just somehow switched your color profiles.
    Iím hoping thatís the case, but Iíve never edited this soundcard before. I was doing an install with it right out of the box. Iíll still try it to be sure, Iím willing to do anything at this point

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    If youíve never touched the card before, itís highly likely that the color profiles might need tweaking. You can see what you have to push in the manual to cycle through the profiles, that way, you shouldnít need to touch the card.
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