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Problems with new MSI GE62 Apache


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#1 camerondbradley

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Posted 25 September 2015 - 08:17 PM

Hey guys,

 

First time poster. I just bought a new MSI GE62 Apache Pro (Specs below):

Type: Gaming Processor Name: Intel Core i7-4720HQ Processor Speed: 2.6 GHz Operating System: Microsoft Windows 8 RAM: 12 GB Storage Capacity (as Tested): 1000 GB Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M Screen Size: 15.6 inches Weight: 5.16 lb Screen Type: Widescreen Native Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Graphics Memory: 2048

Storage Type: HDD

 

Rotation Speed: 7200 RPM

 

Network: 802.11 AC

 

Anyway, I bought a M.2 SSD since this notebook is compatible and I wanted to put my entire system on the SSD and have my hard drive for personal files, movies, etc. However, I used a media creation tool for windows 10 instead of recovering my original drive onto the SSD. This resulted in me losing all of my MSI features and whatnot that came with the PC. It's now basically a stock Windows 10 system with good specs. Being the idiot that I was, I also formatted my original drive. As upsetting as this is, is there a way where I can return my PC to original setting but on the SSD or are there any other ways to get all of the MSI features back onto my new windows 10 system?

 

Thanks!

 



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