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  1. Branzy1987

    Branzy1987 Notebook Evangelist

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    How does it react to BSOD ?
    It restarts? And then it boots up again?
     
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  2. darkxon4

    darkxon4 Notebook Enthusiast

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    yeah when it had BSOD it rebooted by itself afterwards.but the last 3 days or so,it gotten 2 normal reboots and a BSOD(i put back 5 volts after each of those occurred)
     
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  3. Afif Aziz

    Afif Aziz Notebook Enthusiast

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    Well my laptop is dead, wont start and cannot enter bios at all, already remove ram by pieces and still a no go so i will send for repair. Hopefully it can be repaired because having to spend $3000 for a new one is a total joke. :(
     
  4. Branzy1987

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    What did u did before it died? Undervolt? Oc?
     
  5. Afif Aziz

    Afif Aziz Notebook Enthusiast

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    Well none of the above, i was editing using Adobe Premiere and it happen to crash and restarting all over again and 21 beeps later it shutdown.
     
  6. Prema

    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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    NVRAM is probably just corrupted.
    Just remove AC adapter, battery and CMOS battery (usually below the keyboard) to reset it.
    That's normal and it'll boot up just fine afterwards.
     
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  7. Afif Aziz

    Afif Aziz Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hmm will try it after this, so what is NFLASH? How is it corrupted?
     
  8. Prema

    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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    The NVRAM stores bios settings. BIOS, W10 and Intel XTU have write access to this area. If a setting fails it sometimes requires a reset. You can see the cmos battery location in the service manual (click my signature and browse to the 'important' section).
     
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  9. bigspin

    bigspin My Kind Of Place

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    You can see cmos battery next to your heatsink (2nd M.2 slot).

    Sent from my SM-G920F using Tapatalk
     
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  10. Afif Aziz

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    Sadly it doesnt work, the beeping still happen and it shutdown afterwards
     
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