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gallegedulan19Topic starter

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MSI recovery Help
« on: 25-March-20, 04:13:43 »

Hello,

I made a clean install of WIndows formatting the drive C. Now when I try to use MSI factory settings with f3, that option is not there: but I booted from usb with msi system recovery and after pressing system partition recovery these two errors comes.

1. Make sure the disk partition layout is factory default setting
2. Make sure the current OS HDD is in the master HDD place

I don't know what to do and I want to recover from MSI factory reset. Please help me, what am I supposed to do?

I didn't delete recovery partions.
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Re: MSI recovery Help
« Reply #1 on: 25-March-20, 04:25:26 »

msi is old ,.use new windows 1909 .,new drivers

http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/msi-laptops-drivers.800622/

if you formatted hdd completely, you also deleted the recovery partitions
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or test ctr + f3 or
https://cz.msi.com/faq/notebook-1742
https://www.msi.com/support/technical_details/NB_OS_Burnrecovery

I don't know I've never used recovery ,,windows licence is oem all same eddition works ,.,use last win build and use only you need from msi  :smile:
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Re: MSI recovery Help
« Reply #2 on: 25-March-20, 04:57:15 »

msi is old ,.use new windows 1909 .,new drivers

http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/msi-laptops-drivers.800622/

if you formatted hdd completely, you also deleted the recovery partitions
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or test ctr + f3 or
https://cz.msi.com/faq/notebook-1742
https://www.msi.com/support/technical_details/NB_OS_Burnrecovery

I don't know I've never used recovery ,,windows licence is oem all same eddition works ,.,use last win build and use only you need from msi  :smile:
Thanks for the reply.

I didn't delete recovery partition. I only delete the windows 10 partition when clean installation. I can see the recovery partion in disk management in windows 10.

is it bad to clean install winodws 10 to a  msi preinstalled windows 10 laptop like my one?
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Re: MSI recovery Help
« Reply #3 on: 25-March-20, 05:19:42 »

win recovery around 500mb ,.efi 100mb ,.system ,. is windows default

only remained msi partition about 40 gb right?



it depends on yours, but if msi is out of date and it will be, new updates  will destroy this configuration from msi ,.

you will continue to update your applications and drivers,.so why not just use the last one ;D



 laptop model ?

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Re: MSI recovery Help
« Reply #4 on: 25-March-20, 05:53:27 »

win recovery around 500mb ,.efi 100mb ,.system ,. is windows default

only remained msi partition about 40 gb right?



it depends on yours, but if msi is out of date and it will be, new updates  will destroy this configuration from msi ,.

you will continue to update your applications and drivers,.so why not just use the last one ;D



 laptop model ?

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sorry translator
My laptop is - GE73 Raider RGB 8RF

what do you mean by "why not just use the last one"

Here is the hard disk management

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Re: MSI recovery Help
« Reply #5 on: 25-March-20, 06:07:10 »

try to hold on for a while, perhaps someone else will write
does it matter what is the version of msi recovery? I don't know
1903 is the same as 1909
1809, .or 1803 ?, or older ?



personally ,, I deleted everything hdd ,, I do not need old backup ,, installation of new system is not a problem for me
depends on how you are capable .,but installing an older system is a useless thing


see what others will write ;D



GE73 Raider RGB 8RF is ok ,,no problem find all new drivers
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Re: MSI recovery Help
« Reply #6 on: 25-March-20, 23:29:41 »

Thanks. but the probelm is not solved yet. Anyone there to help
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Re: MSI recovery Help
« Reply #7 on: 25-March-20, 23:56:48 »

install windows clean from usb

check my links

when u boot into installation media delete all partitions

then install

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Re: MSI recovery Help
« Reply #8 on: 26-March-20, 01:25:44 »

Thanks. but the probelm is not solved yet. Anyone there to help

if recovery still doesn't work
delete hdd completely ,,use windows creation tool ,,use same edition before ,, install ,,use win update ,,install new drivers + msi apss



 if you couldn't find anything just write ,, i will send you links ;-))

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thsi not work ? full recover ,,or similar guides ,,
,.unfortunately I do not have recovery so I can not try fixit this :-P)
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Re: MSI recovery Help
« Reply #9 on: 26-March-20, 05:48:44 »

install windows clean from usb

check my links

when u boot into installation media delete all partitions

then install


First I reset my PC using reset pc option in windows 10. (Not the msi factory reset). After that all the msi desktop wallpaper and every softwares getting installed. but I couldn't right click on desktop. Then I clean install windows 10 only formatting the C drive. Is it bad to clean install msi gaming laptops?. But now I want to msi factory reset so all the msi stuff comes. but I can't do that because above errors come?
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Re: MSI recovery Help
« Reply #10 on: 26-March-20, 06:37:32 »

if recovery still doesn't work
delete hdd completely ,,use windows creation tool ,,use same edition before ,, install ,,use win update ,,install new drivers + msi apss



 if you couldn't find anything just write ,, i will send you links ;-))

edit,.


thsi not work ? full recover ,,or similar guides ,,
,.unfortunately I do not have recovery so I can not try fixit this :-P)


Is it bad to clean install msi gaming laptops. If you clean install does it affect the performance of the laptop? 
MSI factory reset is the way to go rather than clean install?which one is better?
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Re: MSI recovery Help
« Reply #11 on: 26-March-20, 11:40:41 »

I destroyed the original Win8 install (HDD) on my GT70 before I had made the recovery disks. Did not want to send it to service - it would have taken several weeks to get back. So I ordered a SSD and Win 8 OEM DVD and installed a clean Win8 + MSI apps from the MSI support. The original HDD then served as work partition, no need for MSI recovery system. I just made a dedicated clone from the boot partition in case of problems and tested that the clone really did boot. Ever since I've made clones of the boot partition of my successive laptops and confirmed I can boot from them. And keep them updated. No noticeable affect on the performance (re 3DMark).
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Re: MSI recovery Help
« Reply #12 on: 26-March-20, 11:55:31 »

better use new ,,without msi apps ;D use only drivers ,,minnimum apps ,,custom setting  


 
,.new build and all from msi is same config from recovery ,,only it takes a little bit of work to install everything
you use the latest version of windows and everything you want from msi


http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/msi-laptops-drivers.800622/
this forum use most recent drivers

or last on "station driver" ,,need manual find from hw id ,,name ,.
 
,,,,,,,,, performance on msi build  for me ;-))  work two weeks ,,most time freeze,,all time overheat on auto fan ,,not work nothing from gaming on gaming laptom ,,but is old "7re" ,,custom build i work best :-P)
https://www.userbenchmark.com/
gt75 -- gaming - ufo \\ dektop - ufo \\ workstation - nuclear submarine  .,custom old setup ;D
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Re: MSI recovery Help
« Reply #13 on: 27-March-20, 00:40:56 »

better use new ,,without msi apps ;D use only drivers ,,minnimum apps ,,custom setting  


 
,.new build and all from msi is same config from recovery ,,only it takes a little bit of work to install everything
you use the latest version of windows and everything you want from msi


http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/msi-laptops-drivers.800622/
this forum use most recent drivers

or last on "station driver" ,,need manual find from hw id ,,name ,.

 
,,,,,,,,, performance on msi build  for me ;-))  work two weeks ,,most time freeze,,all time overheat on auto fan ,,not work nothing from gaming on gaming laptom ,,but is old "7re" ,,custom build i work best :-P)
https://www.userbenchmark.com/
gt75 -- gaming - ufo \\ dektop - ufo \\ workstation - nuclear submarine  .,custom old setup ;D
When I clean install windows 10. my windows 10 automatically downloaded drivers for the msi laptop. I only updated the nvidia driver.is it bad to use windows 10 updated drivers?or do i need to use msi site drivers?
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Re: MSI recovery Help
« Reply #14 on: 27-March-20, 01:17:41 »

if it installs all new win update ,, why not
but windows doesn't have the latest drivers



you will use win update and what will be missing or old, you will use the drivers from the nbforum link
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