MSI GT73VR BIOS: unlock, mod, factory restore, clear CMOS and prevent common issues

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  1. Paloseco

    Paloseco Notebook Evangelist

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    I'm not sure RU is compatible with that. Maybe contact the developer.
     
  2. wot20

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    Hello,
    I would like to disable the integrated graphics on the MSI GE72VR 7RE laptop
    motherboard MS-16BJ1 Rev 1.0
    is there such an option?
     
  3. sagael

    sagael Newbie

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    i have a laptop hp 2072la,but uefi no find out pendrive just in legacy mode,some suggestion?

    have F.2A Rev.A bios
     
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  4. sazistas

    sazistas Notebook Consultant

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    Hello guys, I have a gt73vr 6re and I installed 128GB RAM (4x32GB). When I enter bios it recognizes correctly all 4 sticks with 32GB but when I enter windows on system information it says 128GB (64GB usable). So only half ram is usable. Is this a limitation from BIOS? is there anything that can be done through the unlocking/modding ?
    thanks
     
  5. DimiGold

    DimiGold Notebook Enthusiast

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    i thought that gt73vr has option only up to 64gb ram I dt think that 128gb will be working. But idea to put 128gb is interesting. :vbsmile::vbcool:
     
  6. zipperi

    zipperi Notebook Deity

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    Exactly, specced at DDR4, 4 Slots, Max 64GB. Only from GT76 9th and up 128 GB.
     
  7. sazistas

    sazistas Notebook Consultant

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    So there is no way through bios modding to unlock this limit? It is strange because BIOS recognizes all four 32GB sticks. Only inside the operating system it says 64GB usable.
     
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