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  1. Kevin@GenTechPC

    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    It will be fine. :)
     
  2. powerofviva

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    Guys, @j95 said that he can tweak realtek driver to make compatible wit Nahimic 3. but he need GT73VR 7RF realtek hardware ID! anyone knows what is out hardware ID and how we can get it?
     
  3. j95

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    Done! PM.
     
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    Thanks a lot man, u are PROOOOO :):)
     
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    A good news is on the way from @j95 :D
    Christmas gift!
     
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    ummmmmmmm
    So in nvidia GPU mode, the 2 power supply unit for integrated GPU will not work?
     
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    So I just installed my new WD back SSD. I cloned my C drive to it using easeus. everything went fine but now it won't boot from the new cloned drive. windows sees it, the bios sees it, but won't let me choose it to boot from. I even pulled the stock drive that came with it and it won't let me choose it.

    What did I do wrong? The drive is working fine.
     
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    I've seen this problem happen before. Someone with a GS63 or some similar older laptop is having the same problem. He cloned his drive but the Bios won't see it as a "boot manager" drive after cloning the old drive to the new drive. Even if he removes the original drive.

    This is out of my league here, but I'm guessing the cloning missed something that the bios needs to make it a boot drive.
    Have you tried the 60 second CMOS button clear to see if that works?

    @Ultra Male any chance you can help? You know far more about this than I do.
     
  9. Bobbert9

    Bobbert9 Notebook Consultant

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    I'm not certain that this applies but it could depend on whether the drive is MBR or GPT. You may try entering the BIOS, turning off fast boot, and switching from UEFI to Legacy boot mode, just to see if it boots that way. It won't hurt anything, but if it doesn't work then remember to change the setting back to their defaults. There is a way to change the partition style from one to the other, but it usually requires wiping the drive. I've had this problem before on a desktop PC about a year ago. Some software will change the partition type and keep the contents but I can't remember what brand it is. This may not be your issue but it may be worth trying.
     
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  10. Spartan@HIDevolution

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    Whate you did wrong is you used Easecrap to clone.

    I've only had luck with this using Macrium Reflect. The free version does not offer cloning to dissimilar hardware though but if it's the same hardware then you're good.

    Macrium Reflect Installation/Usage Guide
     
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