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Also known as the Asus ROG G750JW-BBI7N05, this gaming laptop comes equipped with a 4th generation Intel Core i7 Processor, NVIDIA graphics, dual fans with rear venting, and a backlit keyboard.

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Cant see gpu in device manager and fans run at full speed.

I need help with my Asus G750jw, everything was working fine and then the next day I cant find my Gpu in device manager and will only show integraded graphics. I have all ready tried to look for hidden devices and install previous drivers, also my fans are both blowing at max speed and cant fix that. Before this my date kept resetting to 2009 on my laptop as well. Can anyone help me with these issues? Thank you

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I tried replacing that battery but the cosmos battery keeps popping out, won't stay in. I am also wondering if my gpu could have just died, it has been glitching here and there between loading scenes for a little bit now. I have several times tried to uninstall and reinstall drivers from that site. Also if it is dead, how do I get the fans to stop running at max? They only started after my gpu went missing from there device manager. Thank you for the help.

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Hi @ lockeofnarshe ,

This is just to add to @oldturkey03’s answer above.

Here’s an image taken from a teardown video of your laptop, showing the location of the CMOS battery. It looks like a CR2032 battery but my eyes aren’t what they used to be.

The link is to the first of two videos, the second one follows on automatically when the first video finishes and the battery can be seen in the second video.

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Update (02/27/2020)

Hi @ lockeofnarshe ,

If the battery won’t stay in place check the battery holder to make sure that it is OK. It may be a tight fit as the battery is supposed to lock down when pushed in and you have to gently pry it out when trying to remove it. You are reinserting it the right way aren’t you? Usually it is with the +ve on top. Also if you have a Voltmeter, check the battery’s voltage. if it is <2.6V DC replace it!

Back to your other problem, I don’t know the laptop but did you check in BIOS > Advance at the Graphics configurations settings to see if there are any options regarding the Nvidia GPU at all? A corrupt BIOS due to the CMOS battery problem could have disabled it.

Looking at the user guide for the laptop I found this which may be worth a look:

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A loose CMOS battery could mean that the BIOS settings may default back to factory default when the laptop is powered off or the BIOS could become corrupted etc.

Get the battery problem sorted because it will cause problems in the future.

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I did open it up and its true my battery wont stay in place, keeps popping out, but I have tried to reinstall the drivers several times already. I'm just wondering if my gpu is dead, it was glitching out here and there between loading scenes on online games. If it happens to be dead how can I quiet the fans as well. My computer temp is fine, but they run at max like a vacuum sound. Thank you for the

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The battery fits in the place but it just pops out, I think the seating must be broken. I know some things about laptops, have opened them up and replaced things, but do I need to get a whole another mother board or is there away around it? I bought this mother board last year and it has been working fine until recently. How can I go about fixing the place the battery pops in? Thank you

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@lockeofnarshe ,

Still looking at the battery holder problem, but did you check the BIOS, you didn't say?

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Yea I managed to bend the connections on the battery socket, so that's good now. The bios has no mention of the gpu, only the integrated card

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@lockeofnarshe ,

The only thing that I can think of is that the NVidia GPU has failed.

Perhaps it has an integrated temp sensor (most all CPUs have this so why not GPUs?) and this is telling the BIOS that it is too hot and the fans are being operated at full speed to try and cool it down.

It seems as the NVidia GPU is mounted on the motherboard and as the Intel graphics is integrated in the CPU that you will have to replace the motherboard or put up with the noisy fans

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please take a look at this website and try reinstall the drivers

https://www.asus.com/us/ROG-Republic-Of-...

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lockeofnarshe this “before this my date kept resetting to 2009 “ is a BIOS/CMOS issues. Commonly caused by a bad CMOS battery that but may be specific to your motherboard. There could also just be a capacitor that holds the power for the BIOS settings. Check those settings as well and see what it tell you about your GPU (not just the OS) After that try to reinstall the drivers etc.

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