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 on: Today at 14:29:01 
Started by nicholas482109 - Last post by greghaydel
im having issues with flashing the BIOS, i tried M flash and it doesnt find the file on the USB stick. also tried the forum tool, i ran memtest and passed, then when i run the update it says completed very quickly, and after i reboot it still shows 1.J0. is there something i am missing? thanks


trying to upgrade to Ivy Bridge and a GTX 1060. i still have the sandy bridge and GTX 660 in the machine on Windows 10. 

also, how do you update to ME8?

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 on: Today at 14:22:43 
Started by pauldaec - Last post by redmetal128
Try flash BIOS twice and reset to default then update the ME. This work for me.

It worked after restoring default BIOS setting.

I appreciate your advice!

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 on: Today at 13:56:51 
Started by postsurr - Last post by postsurr
Is there anyone from MSI tech support in this forum that can answer me?

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 on: Today at 13:56:44 
Started by moppet2k - Last post by greghaydel
you can flash it from pure dos instead





how do you do that?

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 on: Today at 13:26:18 
Started by dilapper - Last post by greghaydel
Update your bios using the instructions below AND using the archive attached (important!).

   A.) Download the attached archive and place it on your desktop. Do not decompress.
   B.) Download and install the >>MSI HQ Forum USB flasher<<.
   C.) Insert your FAT32 formatted usb stick.
   D.) Make sure that all win 8 options are disabled. (Fast Boot etc) Also make sure the legacy USB is enabled.
   E.) Start the forum flash tool and select option 1. Then point the tool at the compressed archive we downloaded earlier. Then to your USB Flash Drive.
   F.) Boot to the USB  
   G.) Now follow the directions and let the tool flash
   H.) After flashing reinstall ME drivers in Windows: http://download.msi.com/dvr_exe/intel_amt81_win78_xp.zip



have you managed to fix the issue? i am having the same problem with no luck

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 on: Today at 13:10:41 
Started by maxime.tomei - Last post by miron.moderau
I had the same problem after Fall Creator's Update installed itself. After I reverted the update the problem went away.

It seems that Windows wants to install the update again, so I dread the future.

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 on: Today at 13:00:42 
Started by aveikley - Last post by ponmol01
Got the same problem with my

x399 Gaming pro carbon AC
4x8 gigs of 2600 mhz
and a samsung m.2
gtx 1080

I start the installation but it freezes, if I turn on windows 10 whql support, the m.2 disappears and it just freezes on the bios image.
I've been reading some about this and all the solutions i found was to try and use the usb.2 port, try with only one stick of ram, enable windows 10 whql and none of this has worked. Now the only finale solution I have found is to disable IONMMU but THERE'S no option for this in my mobo? I've just bought this windows 10 usb from microsoft so the USB is basically untouched. Anyone have any solutions?

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 on: Today at 12:52:24 
Started by finalgiovo - Last post by finalgiovo
Hi, i have a strange issue, infact i noticed that the right side of keyboard's leds (numpad backlight):

- is less lighter than the other 2 parts (left and center) and i noticed that specially when i put all leds in blue

- and is glowing little bit yellowish than others 2 when i put all leds in white (R =G=B=255)
 I know that RGB makes a mix of the 3 colors, but i remember that before it was total white (only in the bottom you can notice the mixed led)

I have tried both dragon center and steelseries engine 3 but result was the same.
Has someone the same issue?  Can i fix it or have i to send it to assistance? thank you.

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 on: Today at 12:35:40 
Started by fatal4u - Last post by Svet
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Wow!! Thanks mate!!! I know that this forum is mainly user based, but I was thinking that there are some guys from MSI on this forum that have access to beta BIOS, that's why I addressed it to MSI.

we have access to msi beta resources as moderators and admins


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 So, if it's not a secret, did you made this Bios

nope, any stuffs that i post publicly are msi's official stuffs


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and is it tested by anybody or I'm the first one. I know the risk of flashing the beta version, but because there is no discussion of this model, would love to know something. In any case, thank you one more time. Cheers!!!

im personally using this BIOS version from long time,
its OK to use, works excellent.

if need you also have dual BIOS chips,
make sure one of the BIOS chip is working,
then flash the other to this .MC3 
[just in case to have a working BIOS as backup]

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 on: Today at 12:30:27 
Started by fatal4u - Last post by fatal4u
Wow!! Thanks mate!!! I know that this forum is mainly user based, but I was thinking that there are some guys from MSI on this forum that have access to beta BIOS, that's why I addressed it to MSI. So, if it's not a secret, did you made this Bios and is it tested by anybody or I'm the first one. I know the risk of flashing the beta version, but because there is no discussion of this model, would love to know something. In any case, thank you one more time. Cheers!!!

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