You mean the site you just posted on? Try this link: https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/PRO-Z690-A-WIFI-DDR4/supportHi guys, is the MSI website down? I can't download any file from it, I need the BIOS file for this board but it freezes.
Thanks, your link works perfectly. Anyway, when I go to www.msi.com > Support >Motherboard > Downloads > Select my board through the form called "Find Your Product", it never finishes loading, get stuck on the loading animation. I would like to confirm if it is my problem or if it happens to you too.You mean the site you just posted on? Try this link: https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/PRO-Z690-A-WIFI-DDR4/support
yeah, that way is broken for me too. I go through MSI-> Products -> Motherboard -> Professional -> filter on Intel Z690-> Select the correct Mobo (with DDR4) -> SupportThanks, your link works perfectly. Anyway, when I go to www.msi.com > Support >Motherboard > Downloads > Select my board through the form called "Find Your Product", it never finishes loading, get stuck on the loading animation. I would like to confirm if it is my problem or if it happens to you too. EDIT: Now is happening with your link too .
go to another Pc. Download it to a usb drive. Then when the pop up comes up on windows install say have driver and point to usbSo I just got this motherboard and swapped my old one and out and what not. When I boot to windows I get a security issue saying I need to change my Pin to log into windows, when I click change it pulls up something that requires internet and my board isn’t recognizing the ethernet plugged into it. I don’t have a disk drive to run the dvd that the motherboard came in either. How can I get the internet working ?!?
Guess I'll try a cmos clear - no OC, no tweaks, exactly as it came out of the box. The only thing I have changed in BIOS is the setting for "GPU" check, and issue persists. Even loading into he bios takes far longer than it should so I'd guess the "memory training" issue you mention is a likely culprit.Occasionally (typically after repeatedly changing some overclocking settings) it seems as if the motherboard gets stuck in what I think is the memory training phase and booting takes much longer than usual as a result. When that happened to me, I solved it by turning off the PC then on again after a while, but perhaps clearing the CMOS after turning the PC off could also be an idea, since apparently bad memory training settings can be persistent.
did you select correct operating system then the tab? Try another brower.Drivers not appearing under "drivers" on support page.
Thanks--I have page bookmarked and yes tried Firefox and Edge. Also rechecked correct OS (Windows 11). Also BIOS and other tabs work fine--only "driver" is not showing anything (screenshot) I use Intel for drivers anyway but wondering if I'm the only one having this issue?did you select correct operating system then the tab? Try another brower.
I have not been using MSI Center after reading all over forums how bad it is. For drivers you can download Intel's Driver and Support Assistant. https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/intel-driver-support-assistant.htmlHi all... i got a new MSI z690 ddr4 wifi, and paired it with a 12700k. I did a clean windows 11 install and had the wifi drivers handy to load them on install. All went great, and system was up and running in no time. But i got a question. Although system is going great, i went up and downloaded MSI Center. I see some drivers, like audio, bluetooth and lan drivers, shown as "not installed" in MSI Center. However, i already have all devices working, including bluetooth, audio and lan. I have no question mark or anything weird in Device Manager. Do i really need to install all drivers shown in MSI Center, or just forget about them if things are working fine?
I also downloaded Intel Extreme Tuning Utility from Intel website, which is newer version than the one shown in MSI Center. However, MSI Center says it's not installed. Is it some special version that MSI offers, or again i should just ignore this?
Short answer--there was but not any more. I've tried a number of alternatives including an older version of Mystic Lights by itself. Didn't work. I wound up just "installing" Mystic Lights" without any of the other modules of MSI Center.Is there any standalone version of Mystic Lights? Since that's the only thing i need from MSI Center, and that's the only thing from keeping me uninstalling MSI Center!
It was a busted drive, tried it on another pc with the same results. However, after updating to the latest BIOS, i can't enable XMP...and it sucksI read that people are having issues populating all m2 slots. There are posts on reddit and msi forum about this. Theoretically, there should be no limitation from populating all M.2 slots. The first is from the CPU, the other three from the chipset, and they don't seem to share PCIe lanes with anything. You should be able to use all 4xm.2 slots and all 6xSATA ports at the same time. The only limitation is that the m.2_1 and m.2_2 do not support m.2 SATA drives, but only faster PCIe drives. m.2 SATA drives are only supported on m.2_3 and m.2_4, but again they should not share any lanes. The chipset is powerful enough to provide independent lanes for those, and there is absolutely no reference in the manual. So, everybody is assuming that there is no SATA limitation.
If there is some lanes overlap/sharing going on, it should be specified in the spec sheet/manual of the motherboard, otherwise it's considered misleading and it actually tricks customers. I read that some ppl are switching to Gigabyte for this.
However, we need some official clarification for this from MSI. Anyone else is populating all 4 m2 slots and at least one sata port?
Your m.2 drives are SATA or PCIe drives?
I'm guessing you are on latest BIOS and got all required drivers installed, even the chipset drivers, right?