Bravo17 Windows 11 Trouble

Jan 3, 2023
After installing Windows 11 on my Bravo17 A4DDR, I frequently see blue screens, blackouts, freezes, and KernelPower41 when looking at the event viewer.
I thought it was a memory or storage failure, but that doesn't seem to be the case, and Windows 11 itself seems to be the culprit.
I'm currently doing a clean install of 22H2 of Windows 10 to check and it's stable.
Anyone with the same Bravo 17 and experiencing similar symptoms?
Of course, the BIOS Driver etc. is also the latest state.
When it was terrible, right after I did a clean install of Windows 11, when I rebooted, the data seemed to be corrupted and I couldn't boot.
I think it's because of the update after September 2022.
I think you should avoid using Windows 11 with Bravo 17.
Jan 13, 2021
Do you have the errror code regarding the blue screen?
If you do not have the issue in windows 10, the problem is not caused by hardware.
It could be related to the driver or the certain usage scenario.
It is recommended to have the drivers from MSI website and provide the specific usage scenario when you encounter the problem.
Jan 3, 2023
The bugcheck code was changed, mostly 0 or 292, and unplugging the USB device didn't fix the problem.
The recent Windows 11 update KB5019980 seems to have issues with Ryzen CPUs.
If so, this update may be the culprit.
However, my Vravo17 is still affected on 21H2 and sometimes blue screens and freezes.
Originally Vravo 17 is Windows 10 PC so Windows 11
It can't be helped even if it is said that it is not compatible, but it was stable and usable until around August 2022.


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Oct 20, 2020
Bluescreens shows up with mostly hardware problems.

- Try to reduce thermals
- Try to check adapter
- Clean install latest Windows 11 or 10
- Install correct drivers

Windows 11 (Eleven) 22H2 works perfectly fine on my MSI Bravo 17 A4DDR unit.