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Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by tylerbuffin, Nov 12, 2016.

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  1. tylerbuffin

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    I have a Windows 10, MSI gaming laptop. This isn't my first laptop, and I've solved issues with computers before. I ran into a large problem today. I was playing a game, it froze, I reset my MSI laptop. Nothing out of the ordinary. I come back, and there's several problems. My laptop is stuck in airplane mode, and I tried everything to get it out. Reading forums, pressing every key while holding FN. So I cannot connect to Internet, or get any new drivers (I have no other computer). My audio also stopped working all of a sudden. I cannot make another user, so file share is out of the question. I cannot open network settings since its in airplane mode. I also cannot go into advanced startup for some reason. This all started after resetting my laptop just because a game froze with a black screen. The only error message rarely pops up, talking about a Microsoft.NET framework error. I would like not to reset my PC, since I have a lot of files. I would also like not to spend any money on external storage just to transfer later.
     
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    I personally don't have any answer because im on this site looking for audio stuff. Like my audio was working like 20 minutes ago while I was playing a game and now it tells me I dont have any audio devices installed which makes zero sense. :cry:
     
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    What do you mean by "I reset my MSI laptop"?

    Did you just reboot it, or do a restore, or a recover, or a rebuild to factory setting, as these are all considered resetting?
     
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