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 on: Today at 15:15:09 
Started by niz1381 - Last post by niz1381
any kind of debug reading after bios post is complete,
has no meaning with regardless what number or values will be shown there


soo its normal that debug show code "24"?, coz before i upgrade my bios that debug show temperature.

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 on: Today at 15:13:26 
Started by rolandkieslinger - Last post by Svet
yes lock = kind of close and further replies are not possible

 3 
 on: Today at 15:11:32 
Started by niz1381 - Last post by Svet
any kind of debug reading after bios post is complete,
has no meaning with regardless what number or values will be shown there

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 on: Today at 15:11:25 
Started by dn1 - Last post by dn1
[font="Segoe UI", Arial, sans-serif]I FINALLY found out what was causing my issue. NVIDIA updated ShadowPlay, their in-game recording software, and added an ALT+F11 shortcut. Since it's system wide, it overwrote Office.[/font][/color]

[font="Segoe UI", Arial, sans-serif]Thank you all for your help![/font][/color]

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 on: Today at 15:10:21 
Started by niz1381 - Last post by niz1381
its a normal, see
https://www.msi.com/faq/mb-2862.html

but what debug code for "24"?, its normal too?

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 on: Today at 15:09:44 
Started by dmoncla - Last post by Svet
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.

the CPU picture in the middle is your big button,[check box like you called it]
from where you want to include/exclude the CPU changes.
click the entire/big CPU picture in the middle,
and its circles will color with red when its selected,
and red will gone with its deselected.

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 on: Today at 15:04:39 
Started by paul3x16 - Last post by Svet
@bsquad2552

if you have some issue please open new own topic

* do not hijack other people topics
* do not resurrect old topics
>>Please read and comply with the Forum Rules.<<
thanks

topic locked.

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 on: Today at 14:54:25 
Started by thkaal - Last post by david
Can I use a 19V 9.5A adapter on a GS43VR 6RE Phantom Pro?  Or is that 0.5V I'm missing too far out of tolerances?

Hi thkaal,

I recommend staying with an AC/DC power adapter model provided by MSI that has the recommended output voltage and current. It's okay if the AC/DC adapter can output a higher current (amps) because the notebook will only draw what it needs. But the opposite is dangerous---an AC/DC adapter that outputs a lower current (amps) could be a fire hazard. As for the output voltage, it's best to have the exact volts prescribed for your notebook.

Spare AC/DC power adapters can be purchased online here or from some MSI dealers.

Kind regards, David

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 on: Today at 14:53:52 
Started by rmoramanquehual - Last post by Svet
do you have all power cables properly connected?
included power cable for the CPU?

have you tried to boot with memory stick in each one of the DIMM slots?
do you have another memory stick to try?

have you checked mainboard socket for any bented pins with magniglass?

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 on: Today at 14:51:40 
Started by kbhushan12 - Last post by kbhushan12
Okay so what I did is set the multiplier to 45 and kept the core voltage to auto. 

Now while the prime95 was running, CPUZ showed max core voltage of 1.363.

Hardware monitor readings:

VCORE: 1.136
VID:  1.230

I am kind of confused between cpuz and hw monitor readings.

EIST and Turbo boost are working fine.

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