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  1. Sounds like a bad WiFi card. Get a RMA and...

    Sounds like a bad WiFi card.

    Get a RMA and return the laptop to ASUS for repair/replacement.

    You could replace the card ($20-30) yourself, easy enough but it would void your warranty.
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    Post Settings, System, Sound please. I...

    Post Settings, System, Sound please.

    I connected my SONY XBR65A1E TV via HDMI 2, through a HDMI Switch (port 5) to the laptop HDMI port.

    I have four Sound Devices to choose.

    Which Sound...
  3. Why have you posted this on the G Series Gaming...

    Why have you posted this on the G Series Gaming Notebooks Forum and not on the GL Series Gaming Notebooks Forum where you normally post?
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    1. What kind of TV is being used? 2. What...

    1. What kind of TV is being used?

    2. What HDMI port is being connected on the TV? Does this ports' audio work with another device (DVD, Apple TV, ROKU, etc.)?

    3. What Sound Output Device...
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    Have you tried the instructions laid out in the...

    Have you tried the instructions laid out in the STICKY (at the top of this forum) labeled Guide: How to install windows 8/8.1/10 The proper way (UEFI based installation)?
  6. Sounds like a hardware failure (NVMe Controller)....

    Sounds like a hardware failure (NVMe Controller). It is part of the motherboard.

    Good Luck
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    You need to install Windows again, then use the...

    You need to install Windows again, then use the ASUS Installation Wizard (AsInsWiz.exe) to install all the original ASUS programs and drivers, then reboot your system and let Windows update itself....
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    Again, the G751JT did not come with NVMe support....

    Again, the G751JT did not come with NVMe support.

    You can upgrade the BIOS to support the NVMe. See link below:
    ...
  9. Your main issue is Windows detecting an Intel...

    Your main issue is Windows detecting an Intel display adapter. You should have only the NVIDIA display adapter. Delete the Intel driver and update the NVIDIA driver.

    Your Clean Install of Windows...
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    I’m not at my computer but my iPhone works.

    I use the NVIDIA GeForce Experience software.

    How did you install Windows? Performing a system recovery is the preferred method. You didn’t delete...
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    As you can see, I have the same laptop as you....

    As you can see, I have the same laptop as you. ASUS G752VSK.

    Are you running the NVIDIA Geforce Experience software?

    Have you updated your video driver using the NVIDIA Geforce Experience...
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    There is no Intel integrated video card. Run...

    There is no Intel integrated video card. Run Device Manger and confirm. Post your results.

    Example:
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    First, identify what model G752VS you have. ...

    First, identify what model G752VS you have.

    Run dxdiag.exe and post your results. It will display your model and BIOS, then click on the Display Tab. It will show you your display results.
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    The ASUS G751JT does not support the M.2 NVMe SSD...

    The ASUS G751JT does not support the M.2 NVMe SSD technology.

    You could install a Samsung SATA SSD:

    https://www.newegg.com/samsung-860-evo-series-1tb/p/N82E16820147673

    Good Luck
  15. Take a look at my STICKY about the eSupport...

    Take a look at my STICKY about the eSupport Folder located at the top of this forum.

    Did you use the ASUS EZ Flash 3 Utility (defined on page 70 of the ASUS Users Manual) to update your BIOS?
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  16. Did you attempt to recover your system...

    Did you attempt to recover your system (procedures detailed in your User manual, pages 71,72,73)?

    Doing so would restore your laptop to near OEM condition.

    If instead, you formatted your...
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    If you are going to use your laptop on battery...

    If you are going to use your laptop on battery daily, then get the larger battery, but if you use your laptop with the charging brick plugged into the wall all the time, then get the smaller one.
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  18. One month ASUS laptop owner, I would perform a...

    One month ASUS laptop owner, I would perform a system recovery (procedure explained in your User Manual starting on page 71). After recovery, if the problems still persist, return the laptop to the...
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    I use Newegg which in-turn has BattPit for laptop...

    I use Newegg which in-turn has BattPit for laptop batteries I have personally purchased several batteries from them over the last couple years. Every battery purchases has worked very well. I...
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    I agree with ASUS, you should update your BIOS. ...

    I agree with ASUS, you should update your BIOS.

    Check the 2TB SSD connector latch on the motherboard (should be fully closed) and alignment (into that connector) of the flat cable that attaches to...
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    So if you remove the 2TB SSD does the random...

    So if you remove the 2TB SSD does the random shutdown and reboot problem follow?

    Does your keyboard (special ASCII characters) then function properly?

    How did you format and partition the new...
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    So you replaced the SSD that was originally in...

    So you replaced the SSD that was originally in the laptop with another (2TB).

    The NVMe drive has your OS on it?
    No modifications were made to your OS?
    You did not reinstall the OS?
  23. Install Gefroce Experience and upgrade drivers...

    Install Gefroce Experience and upgrade drivers from there.
  24. If it was mine, I would perform a System Recovery...

    If it was mine, I would perform a System Recovery using the OEM partition on the OS drive. This would return the laptop to near OEM condition. If that issue still exists, ASUS RMA is only solution.
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  25. Get a RMA from ASUS and return laptop to them for...

    Get a RMA from ASUS and return laptop to them for repair and/or replacement.
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