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Ya pretty recent...maybe 2-5 days ago? I downloaded directly from Asus's website.

Please tell me you're not trying to flash that to a 570.

Kindly check this website and please download the appropriate bios for your GPU.

http://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/
post #22 of 33
Is this a new build?? I'm asking due I had the very same issue after some days of any fresh install.

It could install all drivers and then just blank screen after password login.

The culprit??? Cold boot RAM issue. Had to RMA memory sticks.
    
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No I wasn't trying to flash it to another Video card's BIOS (Even I have common sense). I searched up my GTX560 (NOT Ti VERSION!) and it said was GTX560 1024MB...how do I know if it's the correct one?

Edit: Ya I was thinking it was memory sticks...but it only occured AFTER installing video card drivers...so I think it's likely that. I reinserted the windows 7 install disk and told it to run a memory check and it passed with no problems.

Edit 2: This is the video card i'm talking about: http://usa.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/NVIDIA_Series/ENGTX560_DCII_OC2DI1GD5/
Edited by Osea23 - 11/27/11 at 9:43pm
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No I wasn't trying to flash it to another Video card's BIOS (Even I have common sense). I searched up my GTX560 (NOT Ti VERSION!) and it said was GTX560 1024MB...how do I know if it's the correct one?

Edit: Ya I was thinking it was memory sticks...but it only occured AFTER installing video card drivers...so I think it's likely that. I reinserted the windows 7 install disk and told it to run a memory check and it passed with no problems.

Edit 2: This is the video card i'm talking about: http://usa.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/NVIDIA_Series/ENGTX560_DCII_OC2DI1GD5/


Do you still have that ASUS link where you downloaded the bios file?
post #25 of 33
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No but it should be on the download section on the link I posted.

Edit: I'll download the bios file and rerun it.
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post #26 of 33
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No but it should be on the download section on the link I posted.

Edit: I'll download the bios file and rerun it.

One thing that I'm thinking is the resolution in the normal mode is too high or not supported. Try booting in safe mode and change the resolution then reboot to normal.
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If the resolution isn't supported, then shouldn't I be unable to see the login screen? And if I go to safe mode, then the resolution goes to 800*600.
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post #28 of 33
Just give a try, bud. All these things are suggestions that can or may help you figure out what the issue is.
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So I downloaded the file...how do I run it?
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post #30 of 33
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So I downloaded the file...how do I run it?

I thought you mentioned yesterday you already did this recently??confused.gif
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