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 on: Today at 06:11:56 
Started by gordonskac - Last post by gordonskac
Nooo waay...

That :censored:  has 3 states. Where the hell should I know, I should try the settings button with all of them. :censored: . I recommend MSI to hire at least one UX designer. Cannot believe it. Why the hell is Setting button active, when that upper icon is red? It makes you think that setting does nothing....

Anyway thank you for your help.

Edit: mobile app is working too, I consider this solved. Thanks for the help!

 on: Today at 06:04:31 
Started by dmoncla - Last post by plutomate
try fully uninstall gaming app and reinstall again, DO NOT TOUCH anything in the CPU section when opening gaming app (don't click oc/gaming/silent or anything in the CPU page), go straight to LED to make changes :biggthumbsup:

 on: Today at 05:43:17 
Started by harrycoetzee - Last post by david
My question: The 128GB PCI-E SSD I would take sits in a PCI-slot straight into the Motherboard. Does this laptop then have another 2.5" slot for a second Hard drive?

Hi harrycoetzee,

According to MSI's storage device document, your GL62 7QF has only two places where a storage device can be connected inside the notebook (this does not include the optical drive bay). The first is the M.2 SSD slot where I assume your 128 GB PCIe SSD is connected now. The second is a 2.5-inch drive bay with a SATA-3 interface where a HD can be installed or a 2.5-inch SATA-3 SSD can be installed.

This doesn't give you a "second hard drive" as you asked about. If your GL62 7QF already has a HD now, then the 2.5-inch drive bay is occupied by it and you cannot install a second one unless you are willing to give up your optical drive. If you are willing to give up the optical drive, you can remove your DVD drive and replace it with a HD caddy that will allow you to install another HD or a 2.5-inch SATA SSD. However, the optical bay in your notebook only has a SATA-2 interface (not SATA-3 like your 2.5-inch drive bay) so it won't be as fast. It should be plenty fast enough for a HD but an SSD will be slowed and you won't get full speed from it. However, an SSD on SATA-2 is still faster than a HD on SATA-2.

Before you buy any new storage devices, you need to open your notebook and inspect it to see exactly what it's got inside and if you'll be able to add the storage device you want. Some of the models can be difficult if they require partial disassembly of the chassis or cooling system to access the drive bays. And MSI has a bad habit of omitting parts that were not needed from the factory. You'll need to make sure that the connectors and mounting hardware are present to connect to the kind of storage device you plan to use.

Kind regards, David

 on: Today at 05:25:26 
Started by balvanshh - Last post by david
Hi balvanshh,

Try the keyboard shortcut used to toggle the touchpad on/off. It's Fn+F3 on most MSI gaming notebooks. You may have accidentally disabled the touchpad by pressing Fn+F3 earlier and pressing it again should toggle it back on.

If that doesn't work, then check the Windows Device Manager to make sure that the touchpad is visible to the system and, if it is, open the properties for it and see if the touchpad is disabled there. You should be able to access the touchpad properties via the Windows Control Panel > Devices and Printers > Mouse. My notebook has a Synaptics touchpad and the settings are on the last tab "Device Settings". Select the touchpad and click on the "Settings" button and go through the settings one-by-one to see if they need to be changed.

Kind regards, David

 on: Today at 05:19:56 
Started by dmoncla - Last post by dmoncla
Thanks but there is no check box. It just says CPU in the middle and I can select OC, Gaming or Silent. The buttons above it say LED, OSD and Eye Rest. The ones underneath it are for HotKey, Mouse and VR. The settings icon in the menu bar only opens a check box to have the program run at windows start up.

 on: Today at 05:18:49 
Started by emersonyang - Last post by DARKKi
Really handy app! I am using Android version and you can do almost everything that you can do on website and UI/GUI is damn good. Keep up the good work guys! :]

 on: Today at 04:47:23 
Started by emersonyang - Last post by emersonyang
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 on: Today at 04:35:30 
Started by andywallace1 - Last post by plutomate
the memory should go into A2 & B2 imo, if you take a close look on the motherboard, there are 2 slots labelled as "First", that is where you should insert the memory. 
Changing frequency only might result in OC fail since you haven't changed to according timing/voltage setting but AXMP should just work.
Can you post a picture of your memroy stick (not the box) here so it can tell which memory die is on your kits?

 on: Today at 04:12:39 
Started by hosh.engee - Last post by hosh.engee
HI ,,

Actually i raised this question after i think i tried to many ways to stop my problem.

my laptop keeps throttling the moment i plug it in .. also gets back to normal the second its on battery.
so i don't think its from overheating ....

I tried all the ways from the advanced power settings.
Also tried throttle stop offset voltage still no use

am stuck for over 3 month on that please need some help!!!!

And thanks

 on: Today at 04:10:32 
Started by bsquad2552 - Last post by plutomate
1. check for bent pin
2. try 2 of the memory from same kits and see if system boots, it looks like you bought 2 16g pack and mix it together
3. lots of people recommend to clear cmos and try 1 sticks only, did you do it?
4. check out the manual, "flashback+" section and flash your BIOS to the latest according to website. (v1.4)

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