on 13.01.2022 20:27
I downloaded the new Control Center for my Medion Erazer x25 beast, and now the fast are not working properly anymore. When I want to set my own graph for the CPU I can barely edit it and it starts off all over the place. When I don't set my own graph the fan speeds stay at idle (31%) and dont go up even if the cpu is 95 degrees celcius. Does anyone know what I have to do?
30.01.2022 07:24 - edited 30.01.2022 08:07
Result on my side is "No security vendors and no sandboxes flagged this file as malicious".
on 06.04.2022 17:41
My p6705 -MD61366 MSN 30026124 has the same issue. Control centre GUI has changed and no longer gives me access to custom fan settings. It started to happen after the 2022-KB5009469 Cumulative Update for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.8 for Windows 11. After this update my laptop shuts down within minuets. The fans kick in hard and then it says shutting down. I tried installing the control centre update which triggered an error message relating to the Framework and the Control Centre had reverted to the previous version. The laptop won't stay on long enough to uninstall the update and the shutting down error persists even when in BIOS. I'm awaiting an email which will hopefully give me a BIOS update. If that doesn't work I'm going to need to get the data off somehow and send it to Medion for a wipe.
on 07.04.2022 20:39
It turns out my BIOS is up to date which Medion and Windows supplied along with the Windows 11 .Net frame work uodate and in the process have bricked my computer. Medion want to bring it in for assessment.
It seems bizarre that the manufacturers of both systems can update my computer and damage it so badly it can't be undone.