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Discussion in 'Other Manufacturers' started by sicily428, Apr 22, 2018.

  1. ApplePi

    ApplePi Notebook Enthusiast

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    Looks like they still haven't update the manual with the 2 year warranty terms. As long as they don't release the warranty terms for the 2 year Walmart warranty you should be able to take them to court over not disclosing the terms of the warranty contract if they ever deny your warranty claim.
     
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    Yes I have that as well. You can tighten it up as Bob mentioned in his video.
     
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    deprest Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hi all, picking mine up tonight. How bad is the bloat ware on this thing?

    If I do a fresh Windows Install, do I just download the ISO of the Microsoft Site and use they key that comes with this laptop?

    What other software will I have to install, besides the Nvidia drivers, and the OP software?
     
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    Installed64 Notebook Consultant

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    That driver set really was 10GB.... The reason is that there's at least two complete sets of old drivers included. I'm not going to use any of it for now unless I run into an issue.
     
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    hodgeMN Notebook Evangelist

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    If anyone else can get any version of linux working, please let me know. I tried once again and still not luck.
     
  7. turbo87

    turbo87 Notebook Guru

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    So anyone having issues with the Wi-Fi? Mine keeps dropping the connection every now and than. I have the latest Intel Wi-Fi Drivers, that Windows was able to find. Any suggestions for the drop off?
     
  8. GoobyPlzz

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    Wondering this as well I have mine as of yesterday and it looks pretty clean overall. However 3 services I don’t recognize are starting up

    “OEM”
    “OOBEI2CTpOnOffDetect”
    “OSDTpDetect”

    Wondering if I should just do a clean install inn win10
     
  9. B0B

    B0B Notebook Deity

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    Well off the top of my head I’m pretty sure that OEM is their OP gaming center.

    Something like that.
     
  10. Installed64

    Installed64 Notebook Consultant

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    Yes they are part of the OP gaming center. I have found I can disable “OOBEI2CTpOnOffDetect” and “OSDTpDetect” on startup with no perceived difference. “OEM” is the main application.
     
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