Windows 10: False System Information after "new" preinstalled HDD change


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       08 Jun 2018 #1

    False System Information after "new" preinstalled HDD change


    Hi guys

    So I bought an Acer Predator 17X GX-792-79YY but noticed right away that my old laptop (Lenovo Legion Y720) had a way better .M2 drive.. So I went ahead and swoped the drives, without uinstalling windows (to save a shit load of time), so that now the Predator has the Lenovo drive and vice versa. I've uninstalled all Lenovo drivers etc. and installed all the Acer drivers I could find, also checked each and everyone of the drivers in device manager for updates.. BUT and this is my question: The system information, still shows it as a Lenovo laptop? Is there any solution to redetect/correct/update that info? Or do I have to take the long way around and reinstall windows from scratch?

    Everything runs smooth and the only real issue I've come accros so far, is that the Predator Sense software dosen't work correctly, as it dosen't show the overclocking feature!?? Please see the pictures

    Thank you SO much for your help

    Bst. rgds
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