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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    You show the values then hit apply.
     
  2. Ashlander

    Ashlander Notebook Consultant

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    I know, I always get an error saying the profile has an error and can't be proposed. I started a thread about it in the software section. I'm just curious if other units are experiencing the same thing or if it's an OS/driver issue or something.
     
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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Have you tried editing just a single value and trying?
     
  4. Ashlander

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    I can edit and apply values just fine. It's just loading a saved profile, for some reason isn't working regardless of the settings applied (even with no settings changed). It's done it on 2 different Windows installs so it's not a corrupt XTU install or anything, and I can load XTU's "Default" profile fine so it isn't a problem with the loading functionality itself.
     
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    Storing values in the software is going to be nothing to do with the firmware or system. That's a software bug. Have you tried a different version?
     
  6. Ashlander

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    Nope, just the latest version from the website everytime, that I've used on other laptops. Think I'm just going to switch to Throttlestop and HWInfo and not worry about it.
     
  7. hoyhey

    hoyhey Notebook Geek

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    Sry for now I only have Forza Horizon 4 installed. Should have more time to play other games this weekends :D

    I have the same issue as you. Now switch to Throttlestop.
     
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    Try a slightly older version then.
     
  9. fleu

    fleu Newbie

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    Where do you put the toothpick to lit the keyboard? Almost wrecked mine not knowing there are still 2 screws above to take out :eek:
     
  10. Ashlander

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    You put it through the hole for the screw in the mesh ventilation part. Push it up just enough to pop it up, then you can pry the rest of the keyboard up. It's fairly flexible so don't worry too much about cracking it.

    EDIT: Also, @Meaker@Sager, Do you know what thickness thermal pads are used on the vram in these? And any recommendations?
     
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