MSI GT75 TITAN Drivers (8th gen)

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  1. Ultra Male

    Ultra Male Super Tweaker

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    Look in the first post in this thread bro
     
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    kicker4106 Notebook Geek

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    I was able to install all of these drivers except of the Intel HD graphics. When ever I tried to install it, it would say the my PC does not meet the minimum requirements. So I just skipped it.

    Any idea how I can fix this?
     
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    Ultra Male Super Tweaker

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    you need to install SCM, or if you have it installed, press the button right under the power button to switch to the Intel HD Graphics, after the reboot, install the Intel HD Graphics Driver, then press that button again to switch back to the nVIDIA Driver
     
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    @HardCoreGamer4Life @GenTechPC

    The Windows 10 Clean Installation Guide will be processed within the next 120 minutes on YouTube on the below link:

     
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    kicker4106 Notebook Geek

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    I did find that info while researching why I couldn't install the driver. I just didn't know that you needed the SCM installed first before you could turn of the discrete card. I was confused why I could turn it off. I have now installed all the drivers.

    I did notice though that the WLAN and BT drivers had the Intel and killer drivers. Do install just either one? I just tried to install the intel one and it just said that it was already installed.
     
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    Install according to what WLAN card you have on your system
     
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    kicker4106 Notebook Geek

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    Will do. Thanks a lot for the help.
     
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    HardCoreGamer4Life Notebook Evangelist

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    Thank you so much bro! But what secondary drive did you remove at 0:54 of the video? Unlike you, who has 2x 960 PROs in RAID and an additional of 2 850 EVOs with 1 TB and 4TB in them, I only have a 960 EVO SSD and 1TB HDD. Do I need to remove the 1TB HDD in my setup?
     
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    Very nice work Phoenix, thanks. :)
     
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    Ultra Male Super Tweaker

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    Yes what I meant is I removed both drives. BUT you don't need to do that IF you partition your first drive into C: and D:, that way, the boot files won't be copied on your 2nd drive (the HDD)

    See: How to properly install Windows on a system with multiple drives
     
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