Last resort: completely remove the driver, then set to PEG and install driver. Done it like that before?
(I usually recommend to only use PEG...
My bad, 680ms won't POST on UEFI (besides sm Clevo models) but it should give you (8) beep codes.
Your device ID is in, so it should work for your Clevo card.
nvdmi.inf is the one for Dell.
@Deva5tator: attached is a modded one for driver 430.86. Copy the folder to Desktop as soon as the error message...
Depends on how Windows is installed.
Did you test RAM 1:1 already?
Yes, after reset, first time POST is always 5 beeps, but as I understood it's always beeping 5 times now when he tries to power it on.
First of all try a new battery, I'd suggest.
5 beeps stands for BIOS battery, iirc.
Yes, that's what I'd suggest finally, but unfortunately there's always the risk of bricking it again...
So better start with removing some...
Sorry pal, I'm not that pro at all, but let's see, maybe others will also chime in.
After all it's good that it's working again.
Do you get a...
This fan should serve you well.
Paired with Conductonaut and set to max. (HWinfo) it gave me 10-15° less and + 0,2 GHz more (~ 4,2 GHz)....
Ok, looks like that seems to be so.
Yes that is it, it's normally warning for non-Dell adapters or when the adapter becomes old and is going to break, and sm guys here had their...
First of all you should disable power adapter recognition in the BIOS, this has helped sm of the guys here, who had upgraded to a 1070, iirc.
Should be, sm weeks ago I activated an old Win 7 key I had saved, on one of my machines.
Had stripped it off a trashed laptop sm years ago.
Yes, with the sticker and the code, you could then activate it.
The Win sticker usually is hidden behind the battery.
The key in the BIOS came later, with aw17 r1 iirc.
Good paste and a stronger fan, pal.
Better improve your cooling first, OC brings much excess heat with it ;)
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