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  1. nasawhy

    nasawhy Notebook Guru

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    Did you get this working with VR? If so, were you using Oculus (with or without Touch controllers), or HTC Vive? I've seen some reports of the GS series having trouble with too much USB usage (too many sensors, etc. clogging up the USB bandwidth or something).
     
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    montobrah Notebook Consultant

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    Derek712 Notebook Virtuoso

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    welcome to having a fine tuned CPU. :)
     
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    montobrah Notebook Consultant

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  5. toadstoolicious

    toadstoolicious Notebook Enthusiast

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    Can you provide screens on your temps. That could be the nail to end my laptop hunt. Also could you please direct me to the link on repasting. Thanks


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
     
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  6. FlyingAsianZ

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    Did anyone's subwoofer die from the Windows Anniversary Update?
    Before the update subwoofer was fine, I could/feel the rumble after jacking up bass boost in nahimic.

    After the update the sound became distorted and uncontrollable, so I updated the audio drivers. But now, no sound comes out of the subwoofer.
    So I tried rolling back to the previous audio drivers but I was not able to. (Nahimic wouldn't let me for some reason, has an obscure error in the installer)
    So I rolled back the windows anniversary update, but the subwoofer still wouldn't work.

    Anyone encounter this?
     
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  7. Kevin@GenTechPC

    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    Make sure the correct audio driver is installed for your OS.
    Check device manager and verify the manufacturer, driver version and date on the audio controller device.
     
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  8. FlyingAsianZ

    FlyingAsianZ Newbie

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    Check, check and check.
    MSI support says to do a factory reset and don't update windows versions... Thanks, MSI.
     
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  9. Kevin@GenTechPC

    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    The latest one posted by MSI is Audio driver:6.0.1.7945/Nahimic:2.3.7.
    [Download]
    Nothing wrong with what MSI support said as they want to eliminate all possibilities that could have caused the issue, therefore the easiest way is to go back to factory default.
     
  10. FlyingAsianZ

    FlyingAsianZ Newbie

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    While I do understand that, it also means hours of time further spent on this issue.
    I've installed the latest from MSI's support website for this laptop.

    Not only that, that means I cannot get the windows anniversary updates, and the updates relying on that update.
     
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