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post #11 of 16
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Originally Posted by keavykruq12;14734130 
Hi again smile.gif

1) I Made a USB bootable drive using HPUSBFW
2) I drove '98 system on the pendrive by HPUSBFW
3) I burn atiflash in pendrive
4) F11 in my board and boot USB EVERYTHINK OK!!!
5) And conslone (C:/) Beauty
6) I wrote comend "atiflash -f -p 0 newbios.rom and Error frown.gif
"ERROR 0fL01, Adapter not found"
I wrote atiflash -f -p 1, atiflash -f -p 0 and the same error ADAPTER NOT FOUND
I think that my bios has been destroyed.
Could You help me??
Please frown.gif

Like I wrote above you have to "hack" the bios as in physically hack the bios chip. Your HIS is flash disabled.

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post #12 of 16
Aha smile.gif Thanks
But tell mi the last question.
This operation "simply shorting some pins" is without connecting the card to the current???
Only to 5/10 second and remove this gume and filament??

Sorry for my english :/
post #13 of 16
Oh yea, the card must be removed. You can't access the chip to jump the pins w/o removing the heatsink, etc. Thus there should be no current at all. Once the jumper is applied, you put the cooler back on and install the card into the system to flash.
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oki i will install jumper and connect cart to board next install bios and remove jumper??
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Originally Posted by tsm106;14734901 
Oh yea, the card must be removed. You can't access the chip to jump the pins w/o removing the heatsink, etc. Thus there should be no current at all. Once the jumper is applied, you put the cooler back on and install the card into the system to flash.
And nothing frown.giffrown.giffrown.gif
I connected jumper and I started system, (nothing, black screen) .
I Went to bios and changed to onboard card. My system started.
When i opened manager system and enabled 6950 (bluescreen)
Ok, Next a went to dos and i sterted by UBS i wrote commend: atiflash -f -p 0 bios.bin
Nothing the same error 0FL01 (adapter not found) Propably my card is dead frown.gif
In my case the jumper does not work.
This card is the worst series of 6950 mad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gifmad.gif
post #16 of 16
Hi. I need your help. I just successfully flashed my reference 6950 to a full 6970 however I forgot to save the original bios. How can I restore it back? could I do the same procedure when I flashed it to 6970? I mean like downloading a 6950 bios then just flash it with ati winflash?
    
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