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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    If it had no support it would not boot at all. Is it s uefi boot stick for the installer?
     
  2. GuizerahSN

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    Looks like it dont recognize, but just in first boot:

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    and after restart:
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    I'll remove it and put it back to test, after I will replece with the old Intel M.2 (not NVMe) and test again.

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    With Intel: Boot Perfect.

    What I found out is that Intel has 3.3V 0.8A consumption and the A1000 of 3.3V 3A, should be this, I think our notebook does not have enough strength in the pcie output of NVMe to start quickly.
     
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  3. Meaker@Sager

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    Unlikely to be the cause, likely a firmware bug on initislisation.
     
  4. bonassifer

    bonassifer Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello, I have a P950HP clevo notebook.
    I bought the used equipment, second hand.
    With a 7-core i7 7700 processor, plus an nvidia gforce 1060.

    I can not install the Intel HD Graphics 930 drivers.

    During the installation of the drive the screen blinks, then turns black and then locks the system.
    I can only restart windows 10 with system recovery.
    Can you help me solve this problem?
     
  5. Meaker@Sager

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    Does a re-install of windows help? Have you tried a different package? Running a single stick of ram? Are the nvidia drivers on the system?

    Also you have the 7700HQ, not the 7700 (a desktop chip).
     
  6. bonassifer

    bonassifer Notebook Enthusiast

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    Yes 7700HQ.
    It turns out that the screen brightness could not be adjusted, did not increase or decrease, neither the hot keys nor the system or power options. I think the problem of screen brightness is related to the lack of the graphic drive.
    The machine also did not have the control panel of Intel, only the one of NVIDIA.

    I did a clean installation of wisdows 10 and everything went well, windows was successfully installed.

    Then I started installing the drivers.

    Only the Intel video driver, which during its installation locks the entire system.
    I have tested several versions of drivers, from sager's website, Clevo and from the manufacturer intel and the same problem occurs, when the driver is installing the screen blinks and the machine hangs and restarts in recovery mode. Needing to restore the system.
    I reformatted and installed all the drivers, except for the Intel graphics driver (HD grafics 630) and they all worked perfectly.
    That is, the machine only works with the basic Microsoft video adapter.

    To try to get around this, I set the dedicated GTX 1060 video card by default. But it does not seem to work as it should, because when starting a game it does not take on the role of dedicated.

    I did several tests, but unfortunately I did not succeed.
     
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    Yes, it uses optimus so unless the igp is cooperating then it's a no go. I would talk to your reseller.
     
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    Ok, thanks.
     
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    No problem, if you need further advice let us know.
     
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