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MSI GT75VR 7RE Titan Troubleshooting
This page covers common issues with the MSI GT75VR 7RE Titan laptop, and how to fix them.
Low or No Battery Life
Your MSI laptop runs out of battery power much quicker than is specified
Bad Connection on Battery
Remove the battery from its compartment, dust away any debris present, and reinstall the battery until you hear a firm click
Your supplied laptop charger may be malfunctioning. Try a different laptop charger to see if this improves.
Over time, computer batteries can lose their capacity, and can fail to hold a charge. If another charger fails to fix the issue, try replacing the current battery pack with a new one.
Computer Software is Malfunctioning
Your MSI laptop opens unwanted apps and advertisements, and/or is acting strange
Computer has a virus
There are tons of free and premium software packages for removing computer viruses. Take some time to look into programs and reviews to see if one will fit your needs.
Hard drive is corrupted
If you are unable to remove the virus without removing your Operating System, consider formatting/replacing your hard drive.
Computer Will Not Respond to Anything
Your MSI laptop will display any information, or function, but the power-on and off lights still function.
If your CPU requires replacing, you will have to access the back of the computer and remove the heat-sink first. The back panel is held together with 4 screws, and the heat sink is held in by screws as well. If you replace the CPU, be sure to apply new thermal paste between it and the heat-sink to prevent overheating.
Computer Display is Malfunctioning
Your display settings have unexpectedly lowered, and your graphics-processing performance is severely hampered
Poor GPU Connection
If your computer is running graphics slower than normal or your display settings are unexpectedly lowered, your GPU may have come loose inside the computer and will need to be re-seated. To do this, remove the rear panel, and disconnect, then reconnect the GPU.
If none of the above options work, the problem most likely lies within the card. If you are unsure if the graphics card is the problem, try replacing the old card with a cheap one. If the problem is resolved, purchase a better quality card.
Computer Randomly Crashes, Freezes, Reboots, or Shows a Blue Screen
With no warning, your computer continues to malfunction, and run slower than normal
Poor RAM Card Connection
Sometimes RAM cards can become loose and fail to connect to the motherboard. To fix this, unclip, remove, and re install the RAM cards in your computer
If Re-Seating does not work, your RAM card/s may be corrupted and will require replacement.