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  1. g85222456

    g85222456 Company Representative

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    May I know the version of your NV driver? Maybe try clean-install the NV driver
     
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    maybe try clean-install the NV driver first
     
  3. g85222456

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    sorry about the inconvenience occurred - we're now planning the new fusion software and will keep you all posted once it's ready
     
  4. CedricFP

    CedricFP Notebook Evangelist

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    Can anybody answer this question? Thanks!
     
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    I've had our procurement & RD check this. Will get back to you soon
     
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    Should be okay cuz it was coming from dGPU
     
  7. kimbles

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    Hi, I just tried using the compatible RAM from Kingston P/N KVR26S19D8/16 and the computer won't boot in dual channel.. Do any of you guys have any suggestions on what I should do in this situation? Any way for me to add dual channel with this RAM stick or do I have to buy a new 32GB kit for me to have dual channel? Thanks for taking a look..
     
  8. TLCH723

    TLCH723 Notebook Consultant

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    Try to hold down the power button for like 15 to 30 seconds. Smash F2 when booting up.

    There is a post about a possible solution. Trying to find it now but dont remember which thread.
     
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    Hi, thank you very much for your response. Unfortunately I tried that after going through this thread a few times last night and it still wouldn't boot up. I think I'm going to try a stick of Ripjaws and see if it works...
     
  10. HermannnTheGerman

    HermannnTheGerman Notebook Guru

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    I have the original memory installed. According to Smart Update, my bios and Smart Manager are up to date (although the latter looks all Chinese to me).
    I think that I only get these blue screens with certain nvidia drivers. It all started with nv driver 382.66 after Windows updated to 1803.This one happened with 411.63 downloaded from nvidias driver page.

    I was running the latest nv driver (398.82, see my posting here) and the latest intel driver (24.20.100.6229., see my posting there). This combination was working properly until suddenly the system choked and got unstable. It showed the issue I had reported several times before (second display not operating after hibernation). Then I tried the nv reference driver 411.63 which gave me this blue screen. I deinstalled this nv driver using DDU and installed Gigabytes nv driver 398.82 again.
     
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