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  1. NuclearLizard

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    I haven't seen my computer in days but now you got me wondering. Lmao
     
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    Can someone from the USB recovery of the GE76 provide me with an image. I have a laptop from an acquaintance and unfortunately he has completely repartitioned the hard disk and the recovery is no longer available.
     
  3. Porter

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    I didn't even know it had one and would not use it anyway. Just do a clean install, its free and easy and you'll end up with a much better install.
     
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    some drivers do not work properly. see screenshot and apparently the USB drivers are also not compatible with my VAG COM dongle (VSCD).

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  5. SierraFan07

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    Yeah I wiped mine clean as well and did clean install then made my own recovery image using MSI Center. Not sure anything in the original image would solve any driver issues. Everything needed should be available on MSI support page. Windows update may also provide drivers for components with issues, they may be listed under optional section of Windows update.

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    The one provided by MSI kept breaking things so I did a fresh install with all my stuff.

    I managed to get the missing drivers installed by going through device manager and doing it there.
     
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    With programs like CPU-Z, Aida64 or in the HWmonitor I do not display correct Mhz to the CPU / GPU. Is the I7 11800h still cleanly supported or how can I solve the problem. The drivers are all properly installed.
     
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    How did you get the memory stable with your configuration (Crucial Ballistix 64GB DDR4 @ 3200Mhz, CL16). With the XMP profile, my computer keeps crashing.
     
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    Got myself the -11 worth the 1440p panel. Can’t find where to enable XTU/TS in the bios? Would rather software then doing it in the bios.

    also is it worth upgrading the bios so the TGP is 165w from 150w?

    is it worth undervolting and overclocking the gpu?
     
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    So what I learned from another user on MSI support forum is instead of using the XMP profile, use the custom profile option and then just fill in all the same values from the XMP profile. I have no idea why that would make a difference, probably a bug somewhere but that was the solution.

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