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 on: Today at 01:34:08 
Started by jamie.stogden - Last post by sunscreen
The CR also has Mystic Light, the C does not have Mystic Light.  Hardly any difference, both very similar as you would expect from the same number with one letter difference.
All the other specs appear the same.  I don't use Mystic Light but some have had problems with it.  YMMV.

 on: Today at 01:31:11 
Started by hughgreentreeshopping - Last post by hughgreentreeshopping
No joy there. I tried deactivating enhanced precision and slow the speed of my mouse. I don't know how to access the polling speed for my Logitech mouse.

I'd love to have the home address for the fools who wrote this code so I could make their lives miserable.

 on: Today at 01:23:19 
Started by MetsaroMagi - Last post by MetsaroMagi
I recently purchased a MXM 1060 graphics card and have installed it into my MSI GT70 2OC (Barebones) laptop.  I need help obtaining the latest unlocked BIOS and in making the necessary modifications to the latest NVIDIA driver (430.86-notebook-win10-64bit-international-whql) files nvmii.inf and nv_dispi.inf files to get Windows 10 to recognize the card.  I tried adding this line to each file, but no success: 

%NVIDIA_DEV.1C60.11FF.1462% = Section160, PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_1C60&SUBSYS_11FF1462

Any help is greatly appreciated.

System Information:
Serial Number:                FFFFFFFF
Product Name:                 GT70 2OC
OS:                           Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit Ver.1803(OS build 17134.829)
HDI Build:                    non-OEM
BIOS Version:                 E1763IG6.70C
BIOS Release Date:            2013/07/22
EC Version:                   N/A
CPU:                          Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4800MQ CPU @ 2.70GHz
Memory:                       16 GB @ 800 MHz
                               - 4096 MB, DDR3-1600, Samsung M471B5173BH0-YK0  
                               - 4096 MB, DDR3-1600, Samsung M471B5173BH0-YK0  
                               - 4096 MB, DDR3-1600, Samsung M471B5173BH0-YK0  
                               - 4096 MB, DDR3-1600, Samsung M471B5173BH0-YK0

 on: Today at 01:23:07 
Started by TisellM - Last post by TisellM
I'm sure.
And of course the case has a female connector as well.

 on: Today at 01:20:22 
Started by hughgreentreeshopping - Last post by hughgreentreeshopping
It has been this way since I first bought the unit. I had problems with SNAP in my previous laptop. Maybe Microsoft hates me. The problem occurs even when I am just using the laptop's monitor by itself, but it is absolute torture with multiple monitors.

Hello Hughgreentreeshopping, I'm not sure if this will help or not, and it will sound silly at first glance, but the only time I've had a similar situation on multi-monitor setups it is due to the high polling rate of the mouse I was using. If I adjust the polling rate of my Logitech G703 from 1000Hz down to 500Hz, the snap issue disappears. You can test by trying to move the window from one monitor to the other as fast as you can. If I move the windows from one monitor to the other very quickly, it doesn't auto-snap. You can also test by connecting any old daily-driver mouse and see if the issue resolves.

If this didn't help, my apologies.

 on: Today at 00:59:19 
Started by TisellM - Last post by darkhawk
Are you certain that the connector pins are matching up to the correct pins with the fan? Are you sure the DATA pin is going to the DATA pin on the fan connector?

 on: Today at 00:57:04 
Started by kmilburn - Last post by kmilburn
No its a B360M Pro-VDH motherboard... B360M-PRO-VDH

I just upgraded to this ATX mini board without thinking about the RGB lighting on the Deelcool AIO water cooler I purchase but thought there might be a 12v connection somewhere that the RGB could use but its seems its the one thing lacking. Not a big deal for me as this is a PLEX server and I din't really care about RGB but thought if there was a hack to get it functional then I would give it a try.

In every other way this boards fits my needs. The one downside to a budget board is the lack of a printed manual. I did download the one online so that was some what helpful. Ive been an Asus fan for a long time and thought I would give an MSI board a try.  The price was right. 

Thanks for the reply.

 on: Today at 00:54:54 
Started by david.leng114 - Last post by darkhawk
Removed the poll, as you don't need a poll.

As far as helping you...without further information we can't do much. 

See : >>Posting Guide<<

 on: Today at 00:52:22 
Started by david.leng114 - Last post by rbleroy91
What is your mobo model?
:hat tip:

 on: Today at 00:41:52 
Started by manazillatees - Last post by rbleroy91
Have you done again a clear CMOS after to have plugged the Radeon?
:hat tip:

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