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Gaming laptop problems

Hello! I have MSI GE70 20C notebook. I am running windows 10 64 bit. I upgraded it from windows 8.1. I have 2 big problems. Unstable WIFI connection and disabled GT750m (2 gb gddr5 ).
Main specs:
Intel core i7 MQ4700 2,4 ghz
Nvidia gt 750m (2gb gddr5 memory)
8 gb of ddr3 ram (1 slot with 8 gb ram)
Windows 10 64 bit. (was 8.1 64 bit)

1) I have unstable wifi connection because, when i play multiplayer based games i get an error which says "bad connection,
auto disconnecting and etc". On my work notebook when i play same game everything is ok..... So my router is not broken.


2) Why i disabled my gt750m gpu? Because when its turned on, i get multiple BSOD`s, freezes and glitches...
Hmmm so bsod`s i get are - driver_power_state_error, kmode_exception_not_handled, page_fault_in_nonpaged_area.
Sometimes i got freezes when i am using pc. I open google chrome and i got a freeze, i play game for 1 hour i get freeze.
Later when i start a game and played for some time, sound started to glitch...
Now when nvidia is disabled everything is ok.

I updated my bios version succesfully to E1757IMS.520 from E1757IMS.511.
I got all gpu problems with .511 version and still getting them in .520 version.
I really dont know what to do with this notebook. Can you please help me?
I really need my videocard and stable wifi becouse i bought this pc for gaming not for work.
My work pc is for work (battery life - up to 8 hours Happy) ), but my gaming should be for gaming,
but now its almost for nothing because intel hd4600 is not the best option for gaming. PLEASE HELP ME!

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Go back to the supplied OS.

I have a similar i7m 750m laptop and it's not offering w10 today. Must be why.

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First you should contact MSI and then

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