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FreddyRivera
09-13-2015, 03:15 PM
it started happening yesterday if im not mistaken, first boot will shutdown after 3-4sec then the second boot will be normal. i search for the forum and google, none really have answer and fix mine... but i do find out if i am not plug in then first boot is normal.. when i plugged in then the first failed and second work... can anyone point out the culprit. but i only try the not plugged in once. oh and i did try even without plugged in and just battery, the problem still there.

redduc900
09-16-2015, 05:30 PM
If you haven't already tried updating the BIOS, you might want to consider flashing to the latest v.207 revision.

FreddyRivera
09-17-2015, 08:06 AM
yes i havent but where do i get that version? the Asus 750jm site seems not updated
, and i cant find any latest bios for my JM

FreddyRivera
09-17-2015, 08:54 AM
If you haven't already tried updating the BIOS, you might want to consider flashing to the latest v.207 revision.

I have just flash my bios to 207, now im waiting for the result.. Thanks

FreddyRivera
09-17-2015, 02:46 PM
naahh ... still...

Maxter
09-17-2015, 09:00 PM
it started happening yesterday if im not mistaken, first boot will shutdown after 3-4sec then the second boot will be normal. i search for the forum and google, none really have answer and fix mine... but i do find out if i am not plug in then first boot is normal.. when i plugged in then the first failed and second work... can anyone point out the culprit. but i only try the not plugged in once. oh and i did try even without plugged in and just battery, the problem still there.

I had this exact problem. I'm with G750JW. This started happening after I upgraded to Win 10. I noticed that when I plugged in below 20%, the problem was very reproducible. I think the culprit is a TDR issue with the graphics card. I bet if you go into safemode, you can plug and unplug with no crash; that's because nvidia drivers are not running. Do you use sleepmode often? I disabled it and all the problems went away.

FreddyRivera
09-19-2015, 10:18 AM
I had this exact problem. I'm with G750JW. This started happening after I upgraded to Win 10. I noticed that when I plugged in below 20%, the problem was very reproducible. I think the culprit is a TDR issue with the graphics card. I bet if you go into safemode, you can plug and unplug with no crash; that's because nvidia drivers are not running. Do you use sleepmode often? I disabled it and all the problems went away.

i use sleepmode, i have disable all .. i'll see what happen next, thank you

FreddyRivera
09-21-2015, 03:15 PM
this problem still happen. im using win 10 by the way

redduc900
09-21-2015, 04:46 PM
You flashed the G750JMAS.207 BIOS file using the Windows BIOS Flash Utility (Winflash), then entered the BIOS setup and selected "Load Optimized Defaults"?

FreddyRivera
09-23-2015, 07:45 AM
You flashed the G750JMAS.207 BIOS file using the Windows BIOS Flash Utility (Winflash), then entered the BIOS setup and selected "Load Optimized Defaults"?

it still happen, does anyone know what actuualy happen or what might cause it?

Maxter
09-23-2015, 04:06 PM
try this... go to safemode and uninstall the nvidia drivers. Then start the computer. Windows will install generic video drivers (double check that on Dxdiag). Some videos might be a bit choppy online, but at least this will tell us if the problem is GPU drivers or not (since many people have been having them).
Also, have you seen any BSOD? If so, get the program Whocrashed. It should analyze the dumpfile and tell you what is the failure reason.

FreddyRivera
09-27-2015, 03:12 PM
unfortunately it doesnt work either.. no never BSOD for about 3-4 months.. it happened before. when it was still win 8 .. but that was 4-5 months ago.

Light
09-28-2015, 07:50 PM
Is this the same problem ?
http://www.techtimes.com/articles/76326/20150813/microsoft-releases-fix-for-windows-10-reboot-loop-problem-heres-how-to-get-it.htm

Darnassus
09-29-2015, 10:30 AM
Lol.. our first diagnosis question should be..

".. are you running Windows 10?" ;U

FreddyRivera
10-01-2015, 04:57 AM
Lol.. our first diagnosis question should be..

".. are you running Windows 10?" ;U

i am using win 10 since august.. or around 2- 3 weeks after official release

FreddyRivera
10-01-2015, 05:40 AM
Is this the same problem ?
http://www.techtimes.com/articles/76326/20150813/microsoft-releases-fix-for-windows-10-reboot-loop-problem-heres-how-to-get-it.htm

Nope, although i have check , as recommend on that website, to patch the fix update ..but my laptop already patch to that one, ( checking from Windows update history)

FreddyRivera
10-17-2015, 07:30 AM
finally i found the culprit, at least how to disable the crash.. by disabling fastboot,.... hmmm could be my fast startup have error in it