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    After a screen replacement, this problem is coming back to my G752VY again. When i start it, only a black screen shows up. I think the screen is slowly dying again. Seriously?!?!??!?

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    It's a problem present on many ASUS products. Sometimes they just won't start the screen... for me going fullscreen in games sometimes makes the screen go black (after flashing pink) and i have to restart. It's something i got used to. I also had this 2in1 asus pc that EVERY TIME i powered it on on battery after being used plugged in, the screen wouldn't turn on (same issue). Had to hold power button and try again, then it worked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuauwkchcjw View Post
    Is your G752VS OC edition or not? Because I was talking about Non-OC editions. If so where did you buy it from?
    Mine is a non-OC, purchased from Best Buy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamonic View Post
    I've tested many G752VS models as well and all of them have displayed this exact anomaly. It could very well be hardware initialization (once drivers are installed) related to the VBIOS as the only version available seems to be 86.04.2A.00.0A for the ASUS BGA 1070 and this model of notebook; I could not replicate the anomaly if the 1070 adapter was disabled in Device Manager prior to restarting (disabling driver support essentially) and that got me thinking...

    So I started flashing different manufacturer BGA and MXM 1070 VBIOS ROMs, and so far the Clevo MXM 1070 VBIOS has removed this anomaly completely for me after POST. It's also rock solid stable as well and no issues to report using it either. The VBIOS is here (86.04.2A.00.27) if you want to try it out and you'll want to use NVFlash v5.292.0.

    GPU-Z report here with the VBIOS flashed.
    So this can be the solution for the pink screen at boot up?? and I think it/s risky to do by doing it myself

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    Well, I doubt that the process itself can be complicated - the question which remains is will this action void the warranty of the laptop? Even though it (evidently) solves the issue, it is worth losing the warranty, which can for certain laptops (here in Croatia) be as long as 4 years. As we can see from the forum, the warranty in many cases does not worth a dime, but nonetheless...

    My concern would be why the ASUS folks have not come up with such a solution, which is obviously quite painless?

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    Is it something similar to what I'm experiencing with my G752VY?



    I just either Fn+F7 twice to get it going... or a quick reboot by turning off and then on the power button. (Fn+F7) x 2 is faster though.

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    Turns out Fn+F7 only works with the power adapter on. Figured out by looking at the events log that even if I say 'shutdown', the laptop was going to sleep due to Fastboot being enabled. Turned off Fasboot and booting up doesn't sleep the display anymore. Boot times don't really change either... still < 7sec with or without Fastboot on

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    Fast Joke (aka fastboot) causes a lot of issues. If you have a problem and try to reboot it just reloads the problem. Its nothing more than hibernate renamed, even uses the same file to dump your ram to, hiberfil.sys Just another fine example for some of this stuff. Blank screen is display drivers not loading correctly (thanks to fast joke). The Pink screen is pretty much always hardware failure.

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    ASUS Stated they have no history or information about this issue.

    When I recently contacted ASUS about this issue and to see if it was ever resolved...or if I needed to choose a different system...ASUS Stated they have no history or information about this issue. When I mentioned this forum and thread about how many of us have reported the problem and actually have this issue...they stated they don't see any cases or information regarding this issue/problem...but I could of course select a different system if needs be.



    How is that for a slap in the face from ASUS?!


    So, anyone know if this is actually 100% absolutely and positively an actual hardware issue and/or bad and needs to be fixed or is this just a issue where when the system boots from bios to windows and the drivers start asserting themselves sort of thing at that moment?

    Is there some configuration or setting adjustment or fix for this possibly...other than installing the firmware mentioned earlier in the thread?

    Any information appreciated.


    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MacLeod View Post
    Is there some configuration or setting adjustment or fix for this possibly...other than installing the firmware mentioned earlier in the thread?
    I don't get the black screen on boot once i disabled fast boot. Not that's its a big problem, the G752VY used to no be able to use Fast Boot before the latest released BIOS. And boot wise now, even with fast boot off, nvme boot up is around 6-7s anyway... (unlike before it was more 14-20s. Shutting down is where fast boot would be of help, without it on, shutting down is like twice as long... but that probably because fast boot just does a quick hibernation...not really shutting off

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