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 on: Today at 00:44:17 
Started by artisticvandal - Last post by artisticvandal
Ok and i'm glad i didnt get a Dell version (the most easily available) of this card then! Well i have a week or two wait until it arrives from somewhere in deepest darkest China so fingers x'd it'll work ok... it should but you never can tell with these things but thanks again, all your help's been appreciated and i'll update when i get the card.

P.S. Alesina. Yes, replacing vga cards might be possible, in my case replacement/upgrade was forced on me as my old card decided the bin was better than serving my laptop... but unless you have an absolutely :censored: poor video card with a really good cpu then dont bother. MSI laptops are barely constructed well enough to handle their 'stock' components never mind higher wattage/heat components. Just my opinion but after having two expensive MSI laptops fail catastrophically in the past 6 years, i wouldnt tempt fate with your machines reliability. MSI machines - in my experience - have to be the worst built laptops in existence.

 on: Today at 00:01:02 
Started by zdasfdas - Last post by rbleroy91
1/ Has MSI support furnished the last version of EEUPDATE (V3.50?)? If yes, can you confirm that it has resolved your problem and, please, share it?
2/ If problem is not resolved, you would be able to set the mac address directly in Windows 10. Of course, a firmware update is better but that should permit to use LAN in waiting. Open registry, then set value of "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4D36E972-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}\Network Address" as the 6 hexadecimal digits (without ":" and "-") you want as mac address.
Have a good day,
:hat tip:

 on: Yesterday at 23:57:47 
Started by yukki1988 - Last post by yukki1988
Hello. English is my second language, I'm sorry for my grammar. 

I am a  happy owner of GT73VR 7RF Titan Pro for 6 months already. A few days ago, while it was doing V-ray rendering my screen simultaneously became black. After restarting the system video card stopped working properly, in device manager it was showing me an error (code 43 if I am not mistaken). I reinstalled drivers to my video card and it did nothing. After trying to figure out what's wrong with my system, I noticed that driver to my pci-bus was not on default, it was set on xeon, and was giving an error too -- the driver is mismatching. I changed it to a standard pci-bus driver, and it helped the driver to the video card to be installed properly. 

I am not sure if an issue described above has something to do with the problem I am dealing with now, but after having troubles with the video card's driver my mic and webcam stopped responding too. Mic doesn't appear in recording device and webcam isn't working at all. The driver is up to date, Windows gives no errors, but if I try to make a video call, for example with Skype, Discord or Viber, nothing happens, and applications say that camera doesn't exist or not connected. 

P.S shortcut fn+f6 doesn't solve the problem. Moreover, I reinstalled all drivers I could find from MSI download center. It changed nothing, everything works fine, except the webcam and mic.
Thank you.

 on: Yesterday at 23:48:31 
Started by silentsm1990 - Last post by silentsm1990
You can't compare a VW Golf with a Nvidia GeForce 980 TI....sorry for that but the VW(german) company is cheating on your pocket...whatever....
Here are my full specification:

Mainboard: Asus ROG Maximus X Formula Cipset Z370
CPU: Intel Coffee Lake I7 8700K overclocked on 4.8 GHz, AIO Watercooler
Memory: 32 GB G.Skill DDR4 3000MHz
Graphics card: MSI Nvidia GeForce 980 TI SLI
OS: Windows 10 PRO x64
Case:Thermaltake Suppressor F51 TG Midi Tower with 2x 200x200mm Fan, 1x 140x140mm Fan, 2x 120x120 Fan
Power supply: 850 watt

First GPU on IDLE is 48-50° kombuster 91-95°C fan full speed on GPU and Case
Secound GPU on IDLE is 32-34° kombuster 82-85°C Fan 80% on GPU and Case full speed

Btw that is happening since a year ago and i just change the Thermal paste and also the pads and of course clean the dust.
The front 200x200mm fan is pulling air in the case....the bottom 2x 120x120mm fan is pulling air in the case.....the back 1x 140x140mm fan is pulling air out from case.....on top 1x 200x200mm fan and radiator with 2x 120x120mm fan on each side  is pulling air out from case....

 on: Yesterday at 23:39:56 
Started by SeongGino - Last post by rbleroy91
Please, for a duration permitting to test if hang arise:
- In bios, disable "MSI Fast Boot" (for the moment and keep disabled the next entry,"Fast Boot".
- If the utility "Fast boot (W10)" is installed verify that it is the last version: >>V10.0.1.13 (2018-03-15)<<. If it is not the last one, update it. Else, inactivate "Fast Boot" and uninstall it (for the moment).
If LiveUpdate is installed, it should be usefull to uninstall it also.
Hoping this will help,
:hat tip:

 on: Yesterday at 23:38:48 
Started by terrybeer16 - Last post by darkhawk
I'm having the same problem!!!!!!

But the thing is: I was using thisPC for 6 moths, with out opening the case, so I can discard bent pins!!!

I tried to unplug all cards and memorys and putting back again, nothing seen to fix!!

RMA the MOBO???
1. See : >>Please read and comply with the Forum Rules.<<  Don't revive old topics, start a new one of your own.
2. See : >>Posting Guide<<
3. Just because it's been working for 6 months doesn't mean it couldn't be bent pins. Check them to be sure.

 on: Yesterday at 23:33:17 
Started by skirby091 - Last post by skirby091
I running Microsoft Project but it shows up that the program was not able to start. I have already tried:
[font=Arial, "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, sans-serif]1) Rebooted the computer[/font][/color]
[font=Arial, "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, sans-serif]2) Ran the application as administrator[/font][/color]
[font=Arial, "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, sans-serif]3) Reinstalled the Project[/font][/color]
[font=Arial, "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, sans-serif]4) Updated  Windows[/font][/color]
[font=Arial, "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, sans-serif]I have no idea to fix this. Somebody please suggest a solution[/font][/color]

 on: Yesterday at 23:25:19 
Started by dgreco - Last post by dgreco
I just let Windows update to version 1803 on my GS63VR laptop.
Shortly afterwards I had to free up some space on the SSD so I let it delete previous windows versions (no rollback now).
Now, I routinely get crashes, and the CPU temp is roughly 20C higher than before running the same apps etc ....

Not sure where to start looking. Has anyone experienced this ??

 on: Yesterday at 23:06:43 
Started by Ombeki - Last post by Ombeki
Thanks for replying, Svet. I already tried another outlet and nothing changed. Didn't try in another room, as I don't intend to use the computer in a room different than mine. Are you suspecting a power issue? If so, how would I be able to diagnose it?

 on: Yesterday at 22:33:46 
Started by scripttron75 - Last post by scripttron75
I have an MSI 970 gaming board with windows 10 64bit installed and everytime and mostly all the time with this External 6tb seagate hub drive when plugged in Windows does not see but it is seen in the BIOS also seagate does not have any drivers for it since its suppose to work out of the box with windows 10.  i have attached device manager issue.  I can not figure out for the life of me why it keeps doing this.  is it something in the BIOS?  the bios version is 22.4. there are no new bios versions.

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