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 on: Today at 08:42:37 
Started by jonrevis1985 - Last post by nonamelab

Everyone be amazed :bonk:

Guess now only EU Consumer Protection can fix MSI policy to remove functionality without properly informing the customer or to hide hardware/software defects in their products.

 on: Today at 08:39:42 
Started by xlrwrite - Last post by D.L.
To prevent the problem from incorrect software or profile, we could try to do...
1) Make sure the BIOS and Ec firmware is up to date.
2) Re-set the EC firmware which contains the keyboard settings.
>> Shutdown the notebook, unplug the power cable and then remove the battery for 10 minutes.
3) Remove and then install MSI released SteelSeries Engine 2 v2.9.2015.1.
>> Remove and then reboot before the re-installation. make sure old profile remove completely.
4) Use display driver uninstaller (DDU) to remove current nvidia vga driver and then reinstall MSI released vga driver.
>> nvidia vga driver clean install guide

 on: Today at 08:30:04 
Started by zaius1 - Last post by Nichrome
It clearly says:
M.2+ SATA Express 16Gb/s + SATA 6Gb/s
Not PCIe.

Also do not resurrect old topics. >>Please read and comply with the Forum Rules.<<


 on: Today at 08:27:31 
Started by paultmarsh88 - Last post by Nichrome

Motherboard does not need newer BIOS version to boot up with Ryzen 3 CPUs.
Did you plug power to the graphics card? Remember that for AM4 you need a dedicated GPU, and plug monitor to the GPU (not motherboard video ports).

 on: Today at 08:26:09 
Started by Nichrome - Last post by Nichrome
This topic has been moved to Overclocking, Undervolting.

 on: Today at 08:24:24 
Started by zaius1 - Last post by fiorerto1
I am Italian and in the Italian msi site there is no restriction of the ssd type.
I attach the link.

 on: Today at 08:24:19 
Started by markohara192265 - Last post by SpeedJack

Yes, it will get quicker performance. if you install Windows in SSD, I think the recovery hidden partition will be in SSD. If I were you, I will instlal games in SSD.

1. To restore the system back to the factory settings, you have two options:
a) If you have created the recovery media with “MSI BurnRecovery” before, you can use the recovery media to do the system restore. Find the MSI BurnRecovery guide here.
[How to create the system recovery media by using MSI BurnRecovery tool?]
[How to use the recovery media made by MSI BurnRecovery (disc or USB flash drive) to recover the system?]

b) Otherwise, if you still have MSI preinstalled Windows, and wants to restore to factory default, you can use F3 recovery to restore OS.  Reboot and press F3 while you see MSI logo, it will enter restore options.  Choose Troubleshoot, and depends on your requirement to choose "Refresh" or "Reset" your PC.

"Reset your PC" will erase your personal file, so I would suggest to use "Refresh your PC".

 on: Today at 08:04:15 
Started by grecor1989 - Last post by scapi
Post some specs and fallow: Posting Guide

 on: Today at 07:53:23 
Started by RemusM - Last post by aykutclyn
Hi All , 

I'm currently using my r5 1600 with X370 Carbon and G.skill F4-3000C16D-16GTZR(was cheapest rgb ram on the market) however i'm not able to reach 3000mhz yet but got it work at 2800 mhz which is fine for me.

 on: Today at 07:46:49 
Started by RemusM - Last post by unthinkable13
Realistically is it still possible to expect any improvements from bios updates after all these memory tweaks that been done so far and still unable to reach 3200 nor even 2933 or its time to change hardware?

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