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 on: Today at 07:39:17 
Started by sulky_uk - Last post by hit
Feedback from me:

i also did uninstall of latest windows security pack, seams to do the trick

also the idea from "Stanis" did work for me the "went to Booting and changed booting from UEFI to UEFI with CSM saved, shut down computer started it again and I got into Windows"
 so at the moment the PC works fine, hope it last until MSI send out some update
thanxx 2 all for the great suppert :)

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 on: Today at 07:18:09 
Started by msi - Last post by msi
MSI H110I PRO
G Skill F4-2133C15S-4GIS
WD Green SSD M.2 120 GB
Intel Core i3-6100

I have removed the other components to try to isolate the problem. The CPU fan moves and a red light appears on the board that shuts off after a few seconds. After nothing else, there is no video signal through the HDMI and the keyboard and mouse do not turn on either.
I do not know what to do.

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 on: Today at 07:17:51 
Started by asn - Last post by ninjaleejones
I would contact the support centre or if, you're savvy enough, then attempt to remove the keyboard and check the condition of the connections etc.

Hope that helps!

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 on: Today at 07:15:48 
Started by msi - Last post by msi
MSI H110I PRO
G Skill F4-2133C15S-4GIS
WD Green SSD M.2 120 GB
Intel Core i3-6100

I have removed the other components to try to isolate the problem. The CPU fan moves and a red light appears on the board that shuts off after a few seconds. After nothing else, there is no video signal through the HDMI and the keyboard and mouse do not turn on either.
I do not know what to do.

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 on: Today at 07:17:27 
Started by msi - Last post by msi
MSI H110I PRO
G Skill F4-2133C15S-4GIS
WD Green SSD M.2 120 GB
Intel Core i3-6100

I have removed the other components to try to isolate the problem. The CPU fan moves and a red light appears on the board that shuts off after a few seconds. After nothing else, there is no video signal through the HDMI and the keyboard and mouse do not turn on either.
I do not know what to do.

 6 
 on: Today at 07:13:47 
Started by robinl91 - Last post by robinl91
MSI pushes out motherboard BIOS updates to tackle recent security vulnerabilities
https://www.msi.com/news/detail/OkG5SUMDBqXU6aat7V7mjK19PeY9USryNqafkIcVX9KrTL9kD4wPpTAxIJCC2sBeYjNfGz221AA2yAjPZIzXKw~~

As explained earlier, the solution to Meltdown and Spectre is to upgrade the OS, in many cases that is Windows, also applications such as web browsers, and apply the microcode update from Intel or AMD, which MSI has made available at the above mentioned link.
The patches have been provided and under the terms of agreement which you agree to by using their products (the computer, the OS and the applications), you are obligated to use it according to their instructions which includes applying updates.  Same for everyone.  I've updated everything that is available on my computers and have no problem with Intel, MSI or any other company.
That's great to have an official news about this updates !

However, this covers only desktop motherboards, is there similar news about laptops ?
I'm more than willing to apply updates to my GT72 2QE but I need updates to be available in the first place... So far, only Win10 patch was applied since my laptop BIOS update wasn't released yet. According to French support as I have stated in this thread, this would come around March, I hope this statement will remain true, unlike the lies about the MXM upgrades forGT72 and GT80.
The user have obligations but so does the manufacturers, I believe we agree on that.

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 on: Today at 07:06:46 
Started by todd-lucas - Last post by todd-lucas
do you have a chance to test your card on other motherboard?
 
Did you read all of my post?   Tested on a different mobo, different PSU, and used different card on main mobo.

 8 
 on: Today at 07:01:51 
Started by mrstylmz61 - Last post by mrstylmz61
APPEARANCE
*Carbon coating has added a great feeling.
*Lighting up looks stupendous.
*Apparently it's addressing the gamers.

RGB
*Customize and set up your own color scheme with RGB Mystic Light.
*Can be controlled remotely via smartphone application.
*There are many RGB modes that we can use in the Gaming App program.

BIOS
*MSI is offering us a Bios that we can use very easily.
*There are two mode : Easy mode and Advanced mode.
*If you feel like spending more time fine-tuning options to boost your system’s performance, the Advanced mode is the way to go , I think.

SOUND
*Audio Boost offers a clear advantage over your opponents when playing games.

GPU SLOTS
*Multi-GPU promises to future to us(Gamers).
*Supports SLI and Crossfire.

RAM
*DDR4 Boost with Steel Armor
*3200 MHz + with overclock.

APPS
*All of the applications make our work easier while playing games.Let's browse :
 **MSI Gaming APP : Can switch between MSI-designated video card operating modes, you can assign display modes.
 **MSI Mystic Light: Provide you with the lighting on your motherboard.
 **MSI Command Center : From here you can set CPU voltage settings, memory timing and voltage settings manually. It also allows you to control the fan speed of the system with / without PWM processor fans. If you do not understand much from the overclocking job, dig deeper into the values.
 **MSI X-Boost : The MSI X-BOOST allows you to select the system performance mode to meet your current system environment or support faster storage access speed for your external storage or memory cards.
 **MSI Gaming Lan Manager : Application displays currently using network bandwidth applications. You can prioritize Gaming, Media Streaming or File Sharing programs as high as possible.
 **Dragon Eye : MSI Dragon Eye allows you to watch a YouTube video or Twitch Stream while playing a game simultaneously.

PORTS
*M.2 ports X 2
*USB 3.1 ports (rear) X 6
*USB 2.0 ports (rear) X 2
*SataIII X 6
*Sound ports X 5+OPtical SPDIF
*DIMM slots X 4(dual)
*

***I apologize if I didn't well in the English translation

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 on: Today at 06:59:44 
Started by srk455 - Last post by bananabender
Turn the power off, remove the battery, discharge any static electricty, then reseat the connection (unplug and replug it).  Then reconnect battery, connect power and hopefully it will be detected.

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 on: Today at 06:59:39 
Started by mossbargers - Last post by dragontoy
Not advisable sorry.

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