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  1. whynotloveme

    whynotloveme Newbie

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    I’m happy as a new member of this forum that so many are giving me feedback to solve my problems!
    Did the DDU in safe mode with driver signing disabled,
    I was able to play a few games afterwards until my next crash...
    ”SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED”
    Well freckin...
    Trying to solve that out now
     
  2. Falkentyne

    Falkentyne Notebook Virtuoso

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    The EC won't even flash with the MSI flasher to begin with. The flasher won't allow an unsigned EC for that system to flash so it wouldn't even matter if he tried. Plus, according to SVET, MSI's EC has a backup protection which will flash a backup if something fails (the backup is contained embedded in the main system Bios).

    Now, taking an ENE adapter (usually hooks to the device via a special interface through a SPI flasher, through a device that allows communicating with the keyboard controller) and force flashing the GT75 EC, yeah. That's a brick :)
     
  3. low9

    low9 Notebook Consultant

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    IMO, it's a good idea to say to a beginner (giving the question, no offense) to not cross flash between device. A lot of device have protection. Some doesn't have. I'm active on XDA developper and I see a lot of questions like this one. No Cross flash between device (laptop, Android device etc) is a basic thing. When you know what you're doing, you may do it sometimes but that's another question.

    A common mistake is to think that device that are almost the same giving the specs are the same. And that's not true with all due respect :)
     
  4. Ivan994

    Ivan994 Notebook Consultant

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    Hello guys,
    Do somebody has a problem with 6820 HK that cpu is locked to 1 GHz. I am not sure if is that a case after new win 10 update or no? It is happened twice and after reset everything is normal.
     
  5. sirgeorge

    sirgeorge Notebook Geek

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    Clear CMOS. If that doesn't solve the problem, look at HWinfo and see if any throttling reasons are lit up
     
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  6. Ivan994

    Ivan994 Notebook Consultant

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    So far so good. Just happened twice one time during game and other time on cold power on. I check HW info and there are no reasons for throttle. As soon as I did regular restart everything back to normal.
     
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