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Hegemon
05-14-2014, 04:38 AM
Just bought the midrange G750JS on April 7th and had some pretty difficult 10 hours installing Win 7 and having all drivers to work and all so wanted to share it with you guys. The good news is that you can make it all work just perfectly fine. I've been playing a lot of games and doing video editing on win 7.

I am a fan of clean installs – new installation on a freshly formatted PC. That’s what I did to my very first generation RoG (was it the G63?) that I bought back in 2010 and still runs perfectly with no need to format for 4 years and no firewalls/antivirus crap on it.

First of all installing a clean Win 7 will most likely wipe everything INCLUDING THE RECOVERY PARTITION and I will explain why later, so I recommend using the ASUS Backtracker to get your recovery partition off your hard drive and onto a USB drive. For some reason ASUS put the recovery on the SSD drive where every GB counts. This way you’ll free up 20GB there and it is worth it anyway.
ASUS Backtracker: http://www.asus.com/supportonly/ASUS_Backtracker/

BIOS settings:
1. Restart your computer, hit F2 and enter BIOS.

2. Go to your Security tab, go the Secure Boot and DISABLE it.
3. GO back to the Boot tab and ENABLE both Launch CSM and Launch PXE OpROM.
4. Exit and Save settings and upon restart hit F2 to enter bios again.
5. Under the Boot tab you will now see the options to select to boot from the DVD Rom or other devices. Use the + / - to change the boot priority. If you want to boot from a USB, plug it in your computer and restart again and you will see it there as well.


Installing Win 7
1. You might think this is trivial but with the new UEFI bioses it is not as easy as it used to be.
2. If you try to install it the regular way, upon selecting a partition you’ll get the following message: “Windows cannot be installed to this disk the selected disk is of the GPT partition style.”
3. Hit cancel and go back in the Windows installer (or restart the PC and start anew) to the screen where you get to hit the “Install Now” in the middle of the screen.
4. Hit F10 and you’ll go to the console.
5. Type “DISKPART”
6. Type “LIST”
7. Type “SELECT DISK 0”
8. Type “CLEAN”
9. Type “CONVERT MBR”
10. This will clean up the drive of all partitions including the Recovery partition. It will delete everything. Converting to MBR is really important especially if you’ll need to activate windows later (activators won’t work if you don’t do that).
11. YOU NEED TO REPEAT THE OPERATION FOR ALL HARD DRIVES INSTALLED OR WIN 7 FREAKS OUT AND WON”T INSTALL.
12. Type “DISKPART” again
13. Type “LIST”
14. Type “SELECT DISK 1” to select the second hard drive
15. Type “CLEAN”
16. Proceed to install Win 7 as usual. After you have cleaned up the drives you can partition them as you please.
17. This video helps: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQf9YqbD8WI


Installing Drivers

1. Alright so we are sitting in Win 7 and are excited that it works and all but it cannot recognize a single device in the Device Manager including the wireless card
2. If you go to the ASUS driver website you will see that there is no support for Win7 at all. Only a few Windows 8 drivers from the Asus website won't work on Win 7 and those are the wireless card, NVIDIA and USB 3 controller.

3. Installing the network adapter:


a. Win7 does not install any drivers for that particular adaptor so you won’t be able to hook up to the internet right away.
b. Download the following driver (google DR_PCE_AC66_6309526_Win7 and you’ll find a download spot)
c. Open device manager and go to your network device
d. Press the update driver and point to the location of this driver on your hard drive.



4. The following drivers from the ASUS website work with Win7 so just download them and install them:


a. Intel Chipset, ATK, Audio, LAN, Card Reader, Touchpad, Bluetooth, most of the Utilities (Thunderbolt, USB charger), Intel Management Interface and others
b. Get them at the official website: https://www.asus.com/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/ASUS_ROG_G750JS/HelpDesk_Download/

(https://www.asus.com/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/ASUS_ROG_G750JS/HelpDesk_Download/)

5. Install the video card drivers


a. You will not be able to install the video card driver before you have installed 2 things:


i. The Intel chipset driver so make sure you install the Intel driver first (from step 4)

ii. The Intel 4600 VGA driver which you will get from windows updates. Open windows updates and in the optional updates you will find the Intel VGA update.
I also found the latest Intel driver here:
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=23714&lang=eng&OSVersion=Windows 7 (64-bit)*&DownloadType=Drivers

b. Go to nvidia and search for the GTX870M or whatever your card is.
c. As of May'14 there is an official driver 337.88 which is working perfectly.



6. Installing the USB 3 controller


a. Win 7 does not have native USB 3 support so if you don’t install any drivers you’ll be stuck with USB 2.
b. Just google the following driver and install it from Intel: USB 3.0 Driver: Intel® USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller Driver for Intel® 8 Series/C220 Chipset Family
c. If your controller is from a different C2** family get that. For example it might be from the C216 family. You’ll see the exact name in your device manager before you download the driver.
d. You’ll know you have USB 3 support by seeing the Intel USB 3 extensible host controller in your device manager under the Universal Serial Bus Controllers. You will not be seeing any USB 3 controllers there before you install the drivers and your ports will be operating under USB 2. Download the USBTreeView program to verify the USB 3 functionality after you install the drivers if you want to.

Switch108
05-20-2014, 05:14 PM
I have G750 JS but no "Secure boot" and "Launch CSM" options in bios; only "Launch PXE OpRom". Maybe because I allready have Win 8.1 installed ? Any ideas?

dilucca
05-23-2014, 05:50 AM
On 750JZ i also didnt have that boot options. However, I bought version without OS. Win7 works fine. Only power4gear, and card reader, and usb drivers wont work.

Hegemon
05-28-2014, 12:33 AM
So you guys are saying that after you disable the secure boot you only see the PXE OpRom.

That's strange but it should also work this way. Did you try to install Win 7 with just that option?

Hegemon
05-28-2014, 12:39 AM
On 750JZ i also didnt have that boot options. However, I bought version without OS. Win7 works fine. Only power4gear, and card reader, and usb drivers wont work.

That's great. For me the Power4Gear did work and the card reader has native Win 7 support so no need to install any drivers. As to the USB 3 support the guide is right up there in the opening post or you'll be running all USB ports on USB 2.0 instead of 3.0

Caustic
05-28-2014, 01:16 AM
I own a G750JZ. I backed up Win 8.1 to a USB Drive tonight and installed 7 Home Premium x64, because I own a large volume of software that wasn't working with 8.1.

I was able to install 7, but went about it a slightly different way. instead of using your route of F10 to redo the partition, I went into the Advanced drive options and deleted every drive, partition, etc. From there, I picked the 200gig SSD partition and hit "next" and it installed on the RAID 0 SSD without issue.

I still have both Launch CSM and Launch PXE OpROM set to ENABLE. Can one or both be turned off after the install? Is there a detailed explanation as to what these do?

During the POST, after the RAID Drive array displays, there is a 2 second pause with unreadable red text characters at the top of the screen through a Blue bar - it almost looks like it could be an unsupported language, and it is generally where the Network Boot portion of the POST screen displays.

Did anyone else run into that? If needed, I can get a screen shot. I can life with it, but it looks rough on such an expensive laptop. I'd rather almost not even see the POST screen, and go back to the default Asus screen, but when I screwed around with the CSM and PXE, windows wouldn't boot, and I'm guessing that's to be expected.

This newer bios is a bit confusing.

Hegemon
05-28-2014, 02:08 AM
Hi Caustic,

It seems to me the blue bar with the red text is raid-related. Personally, I do not have a raid configuration but if anyone else does, please share your thoughts with us. This is interesting. The fact that this is happening during the POST leads me to believe it has something to do with the raid but personally I don't have a lot of experience with raids.

I can confirm that without the CSM and the PXE Win 7 doesn't boot and I believe the reason for that is the MBR boot which isn't supported in the newer UEFI modes. I think what you did there is manually clean every drive which is a smart way to go and should lead to the same result.

I do not care about leaving CSM and PXE on (I don't even know what they do lol), since with all tweaks my Win 7 boots much faster than Win 8 did on the same PC. I get into Google search on my Chrome within 15 sec of a cold start and this involves tweaks like disabling Win startup GUI and having a very careful selection of startup programs and no log-in. I am very happy with that.

This here is a good explanation of the difference between the new UEFI and classical BIOS, with the main difference being that old BIOS supports HDDs of up to 2.2TB and the new EUFI - up to 9.4 zettabytes whatever this might be:

http://searchenterprisedesktop.techtarget.com/tip/UEFI-vs-BIOs-in-Windows-8-for-desktop-startup

pokerface
05-28-2014, 04:34 AM
you don't need to enable Launch PXE OpROM

that's only for booting off a network! all you need is to disable secure boot and fast boot (since those are for Windows 8) then enable CMS then install will go just fine

if you boot off the installation media in GPT mode, then the disks must be formatted in GPT, if you booted off the installation media in non-UEFI mode, then you need MBR

simple as that

Hegemon
05-28-2014, 05:09 AM
you don't need to enable Launch PXE OpROM

that's only for booting off a network! all you need is to disable secure boot and fast boot (since those are for Windows 8) then enable CMS then install will go just fine

if you boot off the installation media in GPT mode, then the disks must be formatted in GPT, if you booted off the installation media in non-UEFI mode, then you need MBR

simple as that

Thanks, this is helpful. I was wondering what PXE is all about. I would like to confirm the bit about GPT - I did 2 Win 7 installations - one in GPT mode and one in MBR ( reformatted the drive in MBR) and both worked fine.

pokerface
05-28-2014, 05:32 AM
Thanks, this is helpful. I was wondering what PXE is all about. I would like to confirm the bit about GPT - I did 2 Win 7 installations - one in GPT mode and one in MBR ( reformatted the drive in MBR) and both worked fine.

MBR is an ancient system. In the past, System Imaging problems had problem backing up GPT partitions but that is all gone now. Macrium Reflect Free can easily back up a GPT partition.

Although GPT partitions bring 2TB+ partition support which most of us don't need. it also takes a second or two off your boot time since it's faster to access during boot up.

I have all my partitions on all my disks formatted in GPT, including my external 3 TB Western Digital USB drive. I like to have all my drives in uniformity as in, one file system / partition mode

If you want to do that without formatting and losing your data, download MiniTool Partition Wizard free (http://www.partitionwizard.com/free-partition-manager.html) it can do the job without losing your data

Caustic
05-28-2014, 12:38 PM
This guide should likely be redone then, because it was the first thing I found when looking to install 7 on the laptop, since it has all the links to the drivers.

How do I know if I was GPT mode versus MBR Mode?

Hegemon
05-28-2014, 12:59 PM
This guide should likely be redone then, because it was the first thing I found when looking to install 7 on the laptop, since it has all the links to the drivers.

How do I know if I was GPT mode versus MBR Mode?

If you didn't specifically convert the drive to MBR the G750s ship in GPT mode. I still hold that I need mine specifically in MBR mode for other reasons (look into that line in the guide) so I think we better leave it like that for now and give people the option to convert to MBR in the console if need be.

The disk clean up still has to be performed even in GPT mode - you just need to erase all partitions and create new ones which is what the cleanup command does. Unless you specifically convert to MBR the disk will stay in GPT even after the cleanup.

killreskullz
05-30-2014, 07:03 PM
As of Monday, 5/26/2014, it seems that NVIDIA has an official driver out for the cards (at least for 860M). It is listed as version 337.88 and is available for download.

Hegemon
05-30-2014, 10:10 PM
As of Monday, 5/26/2014, it seems that NVIDIA has an official driver out for the cards (at least for 860M). It is listed as version 337.88 and is available for download.

Thanks, I just updated the guide.

manyhere99
06-11-2014, 04:34 PM
Hey,I have those missing drivers also on my JM and mine doesn't have 3D Video Controller(i think that's what it's called) Driver.Where can I get that from?

Tindrael
06-30-2014, 11:37 PM
Any idea how to get ASUS GPU Tweak (the laptop version) to work on Win7 64bit? It is working until I install an NVidia driver (does not matter which one), but after that, it will not start anymore, it crashes ... what is the problem ?

hmscott
07-01-2014, 02:34 AM
Any idea how to get ASUS GPU Tweak (the laptop version) to work on Win7 64bit? It is working until I install an NVidia driver (does not matter which one), but after that, it will not start anymore, it crashes ... what is the problem ?

Tindrael, you don't say which G750 you have, there are 2 different versions of GPU Tweak:
http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?45644-Asus-GPU-Tweak-for-Laptops-vs-Asus-GPU-Tweak-for-Graphics-Cards&p=387929&viewfull=1#post387929

The G750JW/JX/JH Asus GPU Tweak for Graphics cards lists Windows 7 versions, but the new JM/JS/JZ Asus GPU Tweak for Laptops only has Windows 8.1 versions.

Tindrael
07-01-2014, 09:50 AM
As I said, I have the laptop version. My main goal is not overclocking, I just want to run the fans on maximum speed to get the gpu to run cooler. The vga version is running fine, but there is no fan control in that...

hmscott
07-01-2014, 10:13 AM
As I said, I have the laptop version. My main goal is not overclocking, I just want to run the fans on maximum speed to get the gpu to run cooler. The vga version is running fine, but there is no fan control in that...

Tindrael, that's good to know the Asus GPU Tweak for Graphics Card version is working on the new JM/JS/JZ, does overclocking the Nvidia GPU work too?

I would think there is no chance of a Windows 7 version of the Laptop app, but you could try asking Asus through a Technical Inquiry.

Greatwhitewing
08-10-2014, 06:10 PM
Would it help if I first loaded A new SSD drive in a different win 7 puter and format to NTFS? I am not dual booting.

Tchail
08-20-2014, 03:54 AM
Thanks for posting this Hedgemon! It was invaluable!

I just received my G750JS yesterday and successfully completed installing Windows 7. I have a few things to add to this guide.

1. In order to access the console prompt when you're installing Windows 7, you need to hit SHIFT-F10.

2. The site https://www.asus.com/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/ASUS_ROG_G750JS/HelpDesk_Download/ contained all of the files I needed to successfully get Windows 7 working.

3. After installing Windows 7, but before installing any drivers, you will need to update the BIOS. The latest version is 208. Download this file, unzip it, and place the file on the C:/ drive. Reboot and enter into the BIOS, then select the update option.

4. Once the BIOS is updated, you will need to follow Hedgemon's directions regarding disabling secure boot, and Launch CSM as well as Launch PXE OpRom.

5. Install the Wireless card using the Broadcom Wireless Lan Driver and Application on the Asus site listed above.

6. Install all of the drivers except for the video driver. Then run Windows Update and allow it to finish.

7. There's no need to install any drivers for the SD Card reader. Simply put a MicroSD card into the slot and the drivers will install automatically.

8. I don't own any Thunderbolt devices, so I ended up uninstalling the Thunderbolt software.

9. Once all your drivers have been installed and Windows Update has fully completed, then you can install the NVidia video card drivers.

10. You will need to manually set a partition for the 1TB drive.

It took a great deal of time and patience, but on the whole it was a pretty painless experience.

Best of luck to everyone!

gabriellazinho
08-20-2014, 12:41 PM
Hello.
Guys, Do I have to follow all these steps if I have a new SSD without any OS?

Nobylspoon
08-20-2014, 03:44 PM
Any noticible GPU performance increase when "upgrading" to Win7? I'm using my 750JZ with an Oculus Rift DK2 and maintaining 75FPS is critical. Unfortunately, the 880M has been hitting just under that with some titles.

Tchail
08-20-2014, 05:26 PM
Do you intend on using the SSD as your boot drive/Windows 7 drive?

If so, then yes.

Installing Windows 7 using Hedgemon's guide wipes all of the data on all of the drives, so it's the same as installing new drives.

David156
08-21-2014, 03:17 PM
Hi everybody,

I have an Asus rog 750 js with windows 8.1 and I am planing to install windows 7 x64 Home.

I read both guides but I cant really put them together, can someone confirm if these guides work?

Tchail
08-21-2014, 09:49 PM
I can confirm that "this" guide works.

Follow Hedgemon's steps, but keep in mind the modifications that I listed in my above posting.

Best of luck!

swaaye
08-22-2014, 07:32 PM
The ASUS pages for some of these notebooks have Win7 drivers for download now. Considering they are all using the same hardware aside from GPUs, it should mean everyone is good to go. The NVIDIA site has GPU drivers of course.

swaaye
09-09-2014, 01:45 AM
This card reader driver works on 7
http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/nb/DriversForWin8/Card_Reader/CardReader_Genesys_Win7_8_VER4303.zip

It's nice to have the driver installed because the card reader wasn't showing in safely remove.

dmon04
09-23-2014, 05:54 PM
Hello
I bought a ASUS G750JZ-DS71 17.3" ROG Laptop from US
it came with a win 8.1
after the first few days i just cant used to it and decided to follow this guide and reinstall my old win 7.

everything went fine expect a (problem?) after restarting/turning on
Its start to boot the dvdrom (and no dvd inside), then i get some weird red bar on the top of the screen
i better post some pictures, so after i turn on i see this:
41466
and the red bars on the top of the screen:
41467

it may be because i changed the Boot setting in the BIOS?
sorry im not very good with computers and now im scared that i messed something up...
can someone help please?

Angrydroid4
10-23-2014, 04:42 PM
i got windows 7 to install no problem but i can not access the internet theres no lan or wifi i went to the asus web site and downloaded the wifi drivers but none worked i see your link is to the same site with all the same downloads but none work when i install them what am i doing wrong?? i ahjte windows 8 ive been trying to clone mywin 8 to my new SSD but thats just not working. so i installed my pirated version of win 7 ultimate it installed perfect of course had to disable secre-boot and enable "CSM" etc... before it worked but can niot get the internet to work. so your saying to use windows 7 i have to do all the stuff you stated above?? geeezzzzz what a pain in the ass lol FMl

Greatwhitewing
10-23-2014, 11:21 PM
i got windows 7 to install no problem but i can not access the internet theres no lan or wifi i went to the asus web site and downloaded the wifi drivers but none worked i see your link is to the same site with all the same downloads but none work when i install them what am i doing wrong?? i ahjte windows 8 ive been trying to clone mywin 8 to my new SSD but thats just not working. so i installed my pirated version of win 7 ultimate it installed perfect of course had to disable secre-boot and enable "CSM" etc... before it worked but can niot get the internet to work. so your saying to use windows 7 i have to do all the stuff you stated above?? geeezzzzz what a pain in the ass lol FMl

I used the Asus supplied drivers with Broadcom wireless adapter and worked well this time unlike the original work arounds before Asus posted the drivers. Maybe you don't have the right drivers?

johdragon46
01-12-2015, 06:44 AM
Now I see this is for those of you who have the JS model and I have just bought the JM as it was superseded and a lot cheaper I bought it being better specs all round then my old trusty Toshiba L550. The one thing I am having problems with is after the seller who installed 7 Pro as an option onto a SSD I installed I find I cannot get drivers for 7 without a BIOS update. Now I am very wary of touching BIOS settings although on my Asus based Ivy Bridge it went without mishap but I thought being easy to replace the board if things went south not so much of a risk but with this laptop I am not so sure.
It would be nice if the BIOS were back datable as it were if things do go wrong so I have come here to ask for advice from those who have been using these machine for years - just what is my best plan of action because although the ports work ok (in 2.0 mode I suspect) the GPU is not recognized and I cannot install the driver for it because of that.
Any advice most appreciated.
John

johdragon46
02-21-2015, 09:24 AM
Now I see this is for those of you who have the JS model and I have just bought the JM as it was superseded and a lot cheaper I bought it being better specs all round then my old trusty Toshiba L550. The one thing I am having problems with is after the seller who installed 7 Pro as an option onto a SSD I installed I find I cannot get drivers for 7 without a BIOS update. Now I am very wary of touching BIOS settings although on my Asus based Ivy Bridge it went without mishap but I thought being easy to replace the board if things went south not so much of a risk but with this laptop I am not so sure.
It would be nice if the BIOS were back datable as it were if things do go wrong so I have come here to ask for advice from those who have been using these machine for years - just what is my best plan of action because although the ports work ok (in 2.0 mode I suspect) the GPU is not recognized and I cannot install the driver for it because of that.
Any advice most appreciated.
John

Since I last posted this I have got the BIOS and boot up problems sorted what I cannot get is the NVidia driver to install because it constantly tells me there is no such device as the GTX 860M in the machine.
Have tried endlessly to get an answer out of Asus support but I think I am fighting a losing battle so what does anyone think I should try as I am at a loss as where to look and ask.

The_Gunslinger
05-10-2015, 09:52 PM
Just installed Windows 7 Pro (64bit) on a G750JM

Followed the guides above to a certain point, but wanted the GPT setup instead of MBR, so i used diskpart to clean the drives (SSD+HDD) then set to GPT on both and then installed.

First attempt went pear-shaped because Windows 7 has no native USB 3 drivers, and the G750 has only USB 3 ports.... Doh!

Second attempt (from DVD) seemed to go ok, but it seemed a little odd, because at the time of install, i'd selected the SSD to install on, but, it had put what looked like an MBR boot sector on the 750GB HDD, with the System OS partition on the SSD, which was interesting given that the second drive was not initialised.

Third attempt, this time ensuring both drives set to GPT, and the SSD being the last one set active/selected in diskpart, this time things seem to be right, i have an efi partition on the SSD, and the OS and a small unallocated part (overprovisioning) .... although, i'm not sure if the BitLocker Drive Encryption Feature makes use of the efi part or not, if not then that option may not be available on this install... meh, not important !

One odd thing i did notice, that might explain the issues i had at first (not withstanding the usb3 driver isseue) is that my HDD seems to be connected as Drive 0 and my SSD as Drive 1 which might explain some of the BIOS faffing around i had at first in regards to boot priority, got it stuck at one point booting to nothing lol !

So, once installed, i got the BIOS updated, and then eventually set the options as i wanted/needed, one thing i did do was to crank up the iGPU memory allocation to the full fat 512mb, other than that, I left the BIOS settings pretty much alone, i don't like the boot order/priority setup in this BIOS, it's horid !

Now for the Driver/Utilities fun.... omg, what a pain in the rear !!.....

oddly enough, no issues with the MaxxAudio thing, unlike others had reported, and i did not install the GPU Tweek thing as it wont be needed, and it seems there is no ideal solution for this laptop, and i did not install the Intel Xtreme tuning utility, no need for it for this machine's intended use.

Other than that, i installed as much as i could, as you would expect if it was OEM, and here's a couple of findings.....

1. the Power4Gear Hybrid Utility does nothing but make the windows power options look pretty, and add a couple of extra profiles in there to confuse matters!
2. the ASUS Live Update Utility, yeah.... i haven't exactly worked out what this things purpose is.... dunno whether it's a duplicate of the windows update for hardware or what, perhaps it seems useless because i started with all the latest files installed.
3. ASUS Wireless Switch (Wireless Console3) Utility - this could be handy for disabling the wifi/bluetooth independently of each other, and a quick visual confirmation.
4. the Splendid Utility..... yup, Splendid Useless.... fast way to switch display colour toning, like i said not exactly exciting.
5. the Keyboard filter stuff is useful, it makes the shortcut keys work
6. the Charger Plus thing could be useful.
7. Killer WLAN .... OMG, what a f****** mess !! - worst set of drivers and utility that i have ever come across.

I had some major issues with the bluetooth side of the combo card, it took me a good number of attempts to get this to install properly, and to get the right suite for it, although i say "suite" with gritted teeth, because i see no suite software !!
During instlal it constantly triggers windows driver install failed messages, because it seems to be on the USB hub somehow and it causes discont warnings while it's drivers are removed/installed, causing windows to try and inject generic ones, it doesn't help much that the camera drivers drops intel bluetooth related drivers in there as well, and even now i have one part that "can't start" according to device manager, but as that is "Bluetooth Server" and i don't think that will ever be needed, i'm not wasting any more time on it !
The WiFi was not much better, the drivers went in ok, but the killer software crap simply was a nightmare too, then i got the one from the main site and it was missing wifi section in it, then the latest simply refused to list any applications.... grrrr, mess, flakey and a really bad first experience with killer networking, back to intel next time for me, oh, and why Killer WLAN on these machines, yet no Killer LAN NIC ????

Then there's the asus site, Windows 8 downloads has loads more files than Windows 7, especially in the utilities section, poor lazy ass attempt at populating the sections, which is shocking given that the machine comes with no driver discs

So, for those of you that might find it useful, here's the ISO file of my Win7 x64 bit driver install disc, for the G750JM model

http://www.mediafire.com/download/p36kyfg53tlgamc/ASUS_G750JM_Win7_x64_Files.iso

and here a screenshot of the files/folders in it......

http://s20.postimg.org/65fz717kp/asus_g750.jpg (http://s20.postimg.org/oxruam3z1/asus_g750.png)


hopefully it'll be of some use to the next person looking to fresh install Windows 7 on a G750JM

Caustic
04-20-2016, 01:04 PM
and the red bars on the top of the screen:
41467


I wish I knew what caused the bars. I want to clean it up and get rid of them, but they seem to be purely cosmetic, as I haven't noticed any performance issues.

I have since upgraded to an MSI GT80S Titan, so I'll be prepping my G750JZ for sale, and I am debating on going back to Windows 8.1/10 or not. Are Asus image disks available if I want to go back to a factory image?

spartak_rog
02-20-2018, 02:49 PM
Hi!
I've tried to use your ISO for creating a pen drive to install windows 7 on ASUS ROG G752VS,
The ISO is invalid i used Windows USB Installation Tool, and Rufus, the ISO is corrupted.

Can you upload a fix ISO from your Installation USB please?

I'm having difficulties to Install W7 on ASUS ROG G752VS, 7700K?
Any help is welcomed