Change listening port of Chroma SDK

Discussion in 'Razer Chroma SDK' started by mrgummage, May 18, 2017 at 8:46 AM.

  1. mrgummage

    mrgummage New Member

    I use my BlackWidow Chroma and Naga Hex with my work laptop when at home and installed the SDK so the backlights would work, unfortunately the Chroma SDK binds HTTP.SYS to port 80 which prevents my local Apache server from loading.

    I understand it's an edge case but is it possible to change what port the SDK binds to so I can have my backlights and Apache server?
     
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  2. njbmartin

    njbmartin Well-Known Member

    Razer are aware of this and are in the process of updating the API to use a different port.
     
  3. baileyh

    baileyh New Member

    Do we have an ETA on this? I have to uninstall until it is fixed.
     
  4. okonietoperza

    okonietoperza Active Member

    @baileyh for the time being, launch task manager, go to services tab and stop the Razer Chroma SDK Server (don't confuse it with Razer Chroma SDK Service). Also right-click it, "open services" and disable it there so it doesn't autostart on your next boot
     
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