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Re: ledkeeper.exe flagged by Origin Anti-Cheat

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ledkeeper.exe flagged by Origin Anti-Cheat

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Origin is flagging ledkeeper.exe as cheat software which is an MSI/MysticLight app. I don't want to uninstall my PC LED software in order to play a game. 

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Re: ledkeeper.exe flagged by Origin Anti-Cheat

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@MacBain00 

 

Hi there,

 

Could you let me know what you mean by Origin flagging this as cheat software? Are you getting an error message, if so where and when?

 

If you have it, a screenshot would be helpful.

 

 

Thank you,

--Tom

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Re: ledkeeper.exe flagged by Origin Anti-Cheat

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I get to the point when it's 'left-click' to continue in Apex Legends. When I click, I get the below error and game shuts down.

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@EA_Tom 

 

It's the RGB software on our RAM. For some reason, your anti-cheat thinks flashing lights on our RAM sticks = a cheat. I want to play your game just like OP, but if your software thinks I'm cheating just because my RAM lights up, then I'll skip your game on principle. Let's get this fixed.

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