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MSI Laptop very slow after factory reset

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Laptop : MSI GP60 2PE Leopard

 

My laptop is running extremely slow after a factory reset. Before the laptop would be running fine then crashing into BIOS. After this, the MSI laptop would not load past the loading screen. I got into windows and decided to factory reset the laptop thinking it would be fine after. I am not very techy can someone please help

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I used to have something similar, BIOS update helped. If it doesn't work, you might have a borked motherboard.

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If laptop is still under warranty, I would recommend contacting support first. Crashing is def not normal and having issues after factory reset is even worse.

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