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  1. Wild Turkey

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    So do the MSI stuff first though?
     
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    Preferably the drivers first
     
  3. Wild Turkey

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    Yeah I usually start with the Chipset, then end with graphics, then onto Windows update.

    **Unless it needs a BIOS then that's first.

    WOOT FED-EX tomorrow my 10:30 AM!!

    I dont know what is going on but I cannot get the Audio driver to install, just keeps looping through the "uninstall, reboot" etc etc

    ***Fixed it, had to wipe the drivers VIA Control Panel.
     
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    Just great, I borked my BIOS back to default, now I cant get the **** back to where it was...
     
  5. Kevin@GenTechPC

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    Does your system still boot? Check the AHCI mode, boot options, and boot device.
     
  6. Wild Turkey

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    Yeah it boots but I have no clue what the BIOS was set to as I "loaded Optimized settings". So I don't know if all the special tweaks are there or even what they were.
     
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    Make sure the BIOS is set to UEFI boot mode, and your primary boot device is Windows Boot Manager.
    What's your system's SSD/HDD configuration?
     
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    This is what I get for messin with ****.

    I installed a 256GB 2.5 SSD. I Imaged the main drive, then wiped everything and was going to RAID0 the 2 500GB m.2 drives for Games and then the OS on the 2.5. When attempting to re image, it all went to ****, so now I lost everything. Back to a generic win10 1809 install.
     
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    Oh wow, hope it wasn't a lot of time spent although it seemed a lot.
     
  10. Wild Turkey

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    Duct Tape, or Velcro...
     
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