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Here are is the basic procedure to clearing your CMOS.It is important to understand that clearing the CMOS will:-Restore BIOS's default settings.It is important to understand that clearing the CMOS wi...
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Svet 63 551970 Last post 24-October-16, 09:25:13
by flobelix
MSI is proud to introduce the all-new MSI Rewards program where users can contribute with insights and help other users out in order to earn rewards. Members can earn points toward rewards such as PC ...
emersonyang 0 1525 Last post 13-July-15, 02:28:09
by emersonyang
Memory Timings ExplainedDDR3: Double Data Rate synchronous dynamic random access memory version 3Double Data Rate means that this memory transfers data on both the rising and falling edges of the cloc...
xmad 4 4934 Last post 10-January-15, 23:23:19
by flobelix
Hi all,here's a small tutorial how to enable Wake on LAN.1: Start with disabling EuP 2013 in the bios (see attached, EuP 2013.jpg). Disabling this function will keep the LAN port enabled when the syst...
Leon 0 5140 Last post 13-August-12, 13:50:30
by Leon
Couldn't find an authoritative link for this one, so just copied and pasted what I found posted on several Google hits I found on this subject.A lot of people were looking for N1996 board drivers, thi...
Stu 0 28614 Last post 14-March-12, 20:49:04
by Stu
Forums:nForceHQNew command-line toolsTroubleshooting Windows XP Shutdown IssuesHOW TO: Manage Devices in Windows XPBIOS Tweaks Windows Advanced Options Boot Menu Missing at StartupHow to Recover From ...
CDM 15 21940 Last post 27-January-12, 11:18:47
by msummers
I came across this problem today, and thought I'd share my solution with you all, in case someone encounters the same problem... Basically, I figured it was time for a fresh install of Windows XP, and...
Stu 46 82822 Last post 06-January-11, 16:57:21
by artesis
Because the entire MSI forum is full of topics related to DDR2-1066 issues.As I said many times before, DDR2-1066 5-5-5-15 at 1.8V does not exist!All of them are overvolted DDR2-800 memory modules.You...
RemusM 25 46272 Last post 08-October-10, 21:15:54
by overvolt
i'm reading that alot of people on here are having problems with their front (or top) usb on their cases not working with their k7n2 boards.  i have come across the correct solution to this problem in...
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truelove 109 159403 Last post 20-August-10, 00:41:18
by Fredrik
Sometimes it is necessary or desirable to repair your Windows installation.  For instance, you might see Windows showing unusual or unexplained slowdowns, failures to boot, devices no longer working l...
fafner 25 31225 Last post 25-March-09, 03:31:35
by banger696
Power Supply Units - Simplified----------There is plenty of info on this forum about power supplies - I decided to round it all up.The Myths:1: Dual Rail +12vMany of the PSUs distributed today comply ...
Aaron 0 7064 Last post 28-April-08, 02:04:07
by Aaron
A random restart of your PC, or an appearance of the dreaded 'blue screen of death' usually indicates some kind of hardware problem with your PC.To help determine the cause of the restarts, you need t...
Stu 0 13185 Last post 29-December-06, 01:00:44
by Stu
Posting Guide:Helping to troubleshoot a system from long distance is a challenge. To help us, help you, please make sure to provide as much information as possible about both the problem at hand, what...
Svet 0 12246 Last post 30-October-04, 21:35:34
by Svet
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Intel EIST and Processor C-states - A Simple Breakdown of the Technologies
INTEL EIST AND PROCESSOR C-STATES - A SIMPLE BREAKDOWN OF THE TECHNOLOGIESEISTIntel EIST is a power-saving feature.  It allows software to control the clock speed of Intel processor cores.A core at 2...
Aaron 4 14647 Last post 27-May-16, 14:59:51
by flobelix
MOVED: Can anyone recommend me a Northbridge fan replacement?
This topic has been moved to Older MSI motherboards.
flobelix 0 700 Last post 07-December-15, 19:37:29
by flobelix
Arctic silver 5 how to apply pics and specs on temps
found this for anyone who dont know how to apply thermal paste, some good pics and lower temps using silver 5 dont kill people wobbers d...
bogs dollocks 5 5865 Last post 10-January-15, 22:12:31
by raulfp
MOVED: How to connect 3-way and 4-way SLI / Crossfire using single bridges
This topic has been moved to GAMING Motherboards.
flobelix 0 864 Last post 10-December-14, 21:04:17
by flobelix
MOVED: General overclocking tips
This topic has been moved to Overclocking, Undervolting.
xmad 0 1657 Last post 08-April-14, 21:29:35
by xmad
Win 8 Hiberfil.sys size
In order to use Fast boot in Win 8, you need to use Hiberfil.sys.The default size of this file is 75% of available memory. Since win 8 only stores the os kernel during hybrid boot/ shutdown.You may wa...
xmad 0 2222 Last post 19-November-13, 19:21:23
by xmad
MOVED: Enabling XMP on P55-CD53
This topic has been moved to Intel Core-iX boards.
flobelix 0 1486 Last post 05-November-13, 21:58:05
by flobelix
DDR3 Memory Standards: Blurry Lines
DDR3 Memory Standards: Blurry LinesRated speed, JEDEC, XMP, EPP, overclocking, overvolting... and what it all meansMuch confusion has dawned upon many new users.  Purchasing memory is not as easy as i...
Aaron 20 24420 Last post 27-May-13, 04:00:33
by Froggy Gremlin
How to install Windows 7 from a USB drive!
This is even easier than installing Windows XP from a USB drive, and will also reduce the time taken to install Windows 7, it took me about 15 minutes!The advice in the guide is also applicable to ins...
Stu 10 35859 Last post 11-April-13, 23:09:18
by blexbg
How to install Windows without a CD drive
Windows XP / 2000Use the WinSetupfromUSB tool found here: You'll need a USB flash drive, preferably a 1gb (or higher) which will leave you room to...
Stu 20 121695 Last post 12-February-13, 21:26:26
by nestea69
AMI post codes guide
attached is the document thats most usful for determining the AMI post codes that MSI boards use!this is just used for referancing d-bug post codes that can happen and should help if you don't really ...
badboy2k 1 2917 Last post 03-January-13, 20:09:07
by Stu
Reprogram BIOS on bricked board through JSPI1 port
Bad flash means RMA, but with MSI having such onerous RMA policies, that usually means being without your board for up to 2 weeks.  That and you're stuck paying to ship it to them.  For those in a hur...
claykin 15 18357 Last post 03-January-13, 19:18:00
by doveman
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