ONE TOUCH INSTALL

msiTechNB

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To install all drivers one by one which downloaded from MSI website takes some time and patient during the OS installation.
MSI has a new function called "ONE TOUCH INSTALL" on the enclosed driver disc/DriveCD drive which helps you to save more time. All drivers will be installed at once, and you don't need to worry about downloading/installing the wrong driver.

*CAUTION:For the unit which don't have pre-installed OS, please do Not format/delete/modify [Driver CD] partition when installing your OS.
1. Enter the driver CD partition.(e.g. DriverCD (D:) 6.18GB free of 9.76GB)
2. Launch the [CDSetup] to start installing device drivers.
3. Select [ONE TOUCH INSTALL] option. Then, system will install drivers automatically.
4. Press [OK] to continue the procedure.
5. Please make sure turn on BT and WLAN devices and press the [OK] to continue.
6. System will show Install status during the process.
7. Click [OK]. System need to reboot to finish installation.
8. After OS rebooting, you can check the install status.
9. Go to MSI website and find your notebook model?s download page to download and update the latest driver.

*For those who is re-installing their Windows OS, you can also use the [ONE TOUCH INSTALL] on driver CD to install all drivers then do the update individually.

 

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markvmax

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This is very convenient tool, we don't have to sit in front of new NB for this long process of install all drivers.......totally awesome!!!
 

amd.ali

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I have lost the CD drive, from where i can download it? I have GT 72 6qd 
 

raptor0815

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Hi @ll,
after my HDD crash I do no longer have the partition with the "one touch install" :(.
May I kindly ask somebody of you if it is possible to get the original files for my GL62MVR-7RFX?

Thank you so much for your help.
Regards from Austria,
Harald
 

Hethdra_0328

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Just go to the local MSI service point.
You can't download it, and i think your current system will have to be wiped to reinstate the driver partition.
 
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