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 on: Today at 13:19:14 
Started by drgmw2 - Last post by drgmw2
Hi,
I've bought the laptop (OS-FREE) and installed windows 10 on it and I get this (1st PHOTO - SECURE BOOT VIOLATION ) every time I turn it on. If I press enter then the windows will boot normally and everything is fine. 
In order to get rid of it I tried entering BIOS setup changing the Secure setup, enabled/disabled fast boot, disabling the signature, using the windows repair tool and it still doesn't work. 
If I try to disable "Secure Boot Support" then my windows will not load at all (3rd PHOTO)

How can I get rid of this "SECURE BOOT VIOLATION" error?

Thanks

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 on: Today at 13:13:21 
Started by BabyPorsche - Last post by BabyPorsche
...then what is the problem?

I'm really confused at this point. You made it sound like there was a real problem that started when you put this together....but everything works and you have windows installed and can get into the BIOS?

Please explain more clearly what the problem is, and where you're at.

Well the problem is that the EZ Debug Lights up everytime i turn everytime during start up even tho there is nothing wrong with my PC. Because prior to posting this, everytime i start up my PC there was no EZ Debug Light lighting up during start up and out of nowhere it started lighting up, and when EZ Debug LED lights up means there is a problem. So what im getting into is that if there "might be a problem" that im not noticing? or this is just some bug about the latest BIOS driver (7C02v35)? or something

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 on: Today at 13:05:07 
Started by BabyPorsche - Last post by darkhawk
Hi. Thanks for the quick reply. I have no problem getting into BIOS even with the lights on and i already have the computer setup been using it for a week now. My computer functions normally and i dont get why it started lighting up...

For the display port 1.4,  i use it because i want to maximize my 144Hz MPG341CQR Monitor and is the best cable. It is connected to my Graphics Card
...then what is the problem?

I'm really confused at this point. You made it sound like there was a real problem that started when you put this together....but everything works and you have windows installed and can get into the BIOS?

Please explain more clearly what the problem is, and where you're at.

 4 
 on: Today at 13:02:30 
Started by rares9512 - Last post by darkhawk
I would probably suggest going to G.Skill's forums and finding out there.....

Honestly, it's something read from SPD.....and that isn't something the motherboard would prevent.

It could very well end up that maybe your sticks don't have the thermal sensor installed, and that's why it isn't working.

Either way, I don't think it's a problem with MSI hardware. Any comments I have otherwise are just guesses in trying to help. Realistically, getting in contact with G.Skill is best.

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 on: Today at 12:56:07 
Started by kudlajz - Last post by parody0714
Here are some factors that might affect your read/write speed
  • CPU
  • BIOS version
  • Which M.2 slot you're using
  • Additional devices using SATA,m.2 port
  • M.2 temperature: your M.2 might throttle if the temperature's too high

 6 
 on: Today at 12:38:04 
Started by ishitarya - Last post by ishitarya
Maybe i found answer to my question but it only theory. Because i didnt connect front headphones panel to mobo Realtek and Nahimic recognise only 1 input and let choose if its headphones or speakers. When you have both front and back panel plugged into mobo  Realtek and Nahimic recognise 2 inputs 1 front one for headphones and back one automaticaly for speakers.
If you can disconnect front panel from mobo and plug headphones to back and see then if you see sound quality diffence because i did notice none

Important. Can you use Realtek hedphones panel when you plug headphones to back panel in your current configuration. Like set to ultimate or dynamic etc.  Because it makes sound diference in my setup and i like these options
Ahh it kinda make sense but I still fresh installed windows since I don't have any important thing stored in my PC and its fairly new and also in the process of fixing this issue I did some changes in registry edit so I probably had to fresh install OS, but now i'm confused in what order these audio driver should be installed in.

Should it be- 1)Realtek HD Universal Driver
                      2)Nahimic driver
                      3)Nahimic software from Microsoft Store

                    -or-

                     1)Realtek HD Universal Driver
                     2)Nahimic software from Microsoft Store
                     3)Nahimic driver

MSI Should specify in what order these driver should install in.

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 on: Today at 12:30:34 
Started by drakehinst - Last post by drakehinst
Quick update: I replaced the GPU with a new one, and it did not solve the issue. I am now investigating the motherboard and the CPU, which is outside the scope of this topic.

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 on: Today at 12:21:06 
Started by rob - Last post by lieywe
I've had this same problem now for a few weeks after building my new PC. After ALOT of testings (https://www.tenforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/153166-bsod-3.html#post1879222) Ive come to find out it was a ndis.sys error that looks to be caused by the Dragon Centers inclusion of ( what I'll describe as bloatware) cforspeed software. Its a nightmare to get out and im still struggling with it.

Just uninstall the cfos speed program and don't start msi dragon center any more after that.

I still don't know if that fixes WHEA as it only happens every week or so

 9 
 on: Today at 12:05:16 
Started by mauzpdsrsoivfasglu - Last post by mauzpdsrsoivfasglu
I cant test it, but I have 2 systems with same specs and both of them have the same problem so it probably isn't just bad gpu.
No OC applied. Its self shutdown after some time of gaming.

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 on: Today at 11:48:17 
Started by shrikantbhagwat12 - Last post by shrikantbhagwat12
I am using MSI GV62 7RD .

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