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    Dear all,
    Thank you so much for sharing the feedback with us.
    We will keep monitoring and keep record before the official version released.
    If you have any issue with the insider version or beta version, please kindly contact Microsoft at this moment.
    Thank you again.

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    Hi @Blake@ROG,

    My ROG G703GXR is experiencing the same issue with the Windows 11 Insider Preview 22463.1000 (rs_prerelease) which (practically) is the 5 october release. I do feel Asus has to step in.

    Kind regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Battleskar View Post
    ASUS ROG G703GXR..

    Intel Core i9-9980HK

    64GB DDR4

    RTX 2080 - 8GB GDDR6

    Intel Advanced RST controller with 3 x NVMe drives and 1 x 2.5" SSD.

    Any attempts to try insider builds of 21H2 and Win 11 result in hang after post, usb strobe (all USB lights go dark, then come back), a few drive activity blips, then nothing. It does not transition to the "spinning circle of dots" - whatever the official term for that is, I do not know.

    Any insider updates to 21H1 work just fine. Reverting to 20H2, and updating, either directly to 21H2 or Win 11 fail. 20H2 to 21H1 works just fine.

    What was changed in the boot processes for 21H2 and Windows 11 that would cause this kind of issue?

    Attempts to try debug boots caused all kinds of headaches as they fail to log in when they cannot access the PIN or Fingerprint data from the web.

    Finally ended up enabling local password authentication to get around that problem.
    I have to say Asus abandoned support for this last year. This is really odd. Seeing this is a deal braker for me when I'm in the market to purchase a new laptop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesseinsf View Post
    I have to say Asus abandoned support for this last year. This is really odd. Seeing this is a deal braker for me when I'm in the market to purchase a new laptop.
    Its typical for any manufacturer to stop with updates once the platform is stable and new models come out. My G752VY page last update was 2 years ago with a new ATK package.

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    For the ridiculously high price that was charged for these pretty damned impressive desktop replacements, I don't think demanding more than 2 years of service isn't justified. Otherwise it's like asking for $1750+ USD per year of service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Battleskar View Post
    For the ridiculously high price that was charged for these pretty damned impressive desktop replacements, I don't think demanding more than 2 years of service isn't justified. Otherwise it's like asking for $1750+ USD per year of service.
    Repair sevice and product update support are two different things. If my motherboard has three years of update support then I think all of their laptops should also have the same.

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    In this case, there is nothing to repair for a single unit.
    The entire platform has what appears to be a factory (designed to be this way) defect that is exposed by changes to Win 10 21H2 and Win 11.

    If so, then ASUS would be required to fix the platform defect or replace with modern version as they intentionally designed the laptops to be useless in less than 2 years.
    Last edited by Battleskar; 10-01-2021 at 09:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Battleskar View Post
    In this case, there is nothing to repair for a single unit.
    The entire platform has what appears to be a factory (designed to be this way) defect that is exposed by changes to Win 10 21H2 and Win 11.

    If so, then ASUS would be required to fix the platform defect or replace with modern version as they intentionally designed the laptops to be useless in less than 2 years.

    That's not defective. Win 11 wasn't even announced (aug 2021) when this machine was released in March 2019. When the final release comes out it will tell the tale on what will run and what wont, registry hacks are as of now disabled. If it wont run it then its not the only machine that wont. They have a list of whats certified to run it and this isnt on the list. In the mean time you have Win 10 to 2025, by then your machine will be obsolete. Hardware makers have no control over M$. They can only plan on whats on the table now. This move is mostly about M$ taking back their product. The days of reclaimed keys at a discount and running not registered or linked to an M$ account are over. I was actually surprised when they allowed this with Win 10. The TPM is to link it to your machine much deeper than win 10 UEFI does. It doesn't mean you have to deploy TPM, it just has to be there and be active. This will keep one paid license be it OEM or retail to one machine and linked to M$ account. Theres other OS's and for anyone feeling industrious you can always code your own OS thats better and make Bill Gates look like a welfare case.


    I just installed the pre release last night.


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    According to Microsoft's own analysis, the laptop is ready and compatible with Win 11.
    Remember, this isn't just about Win 11, the problem also exists with Windows 10 21H2.
    All 21H1 pre-releases work just fine.
    All 21H2 pre-releases hang.
    All Win 11 pre-releases as well as official release hang.

    Something has changed with 21H2 and Win 11. That something is the defect that ASUS needs to find.

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    We have ONE day left to the final release of Windows 11. There is an uneasy silence from Asus on the G703GXR issue.

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