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TSadly, I can't update it using Firestorm. All I see is "FAIL" and same with startup stuff with Firestorm -- It's in broken English lol
I unisntalled it and will try to reinstall it again and see what happens. So far I only have 1 GTX 680 in the computer and once I get that one flashed, I'll do it to the other.
Use nvflash to flash the bios. It is not hard to use and will allow you to flash as many gfx cards as you have installed in your PC.

Just make sure your rig is stable before you flash the firmware - you do not want the rig crashing/bsod in the middle of a flash.
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Use nvflash to flash the bios. It is not hard to use and will allow you to flash as many gfx cards as you have installed in your PC.
Just make sure your rig is stable before you flash the firmware - you do not want the rig crashing/bsod in the middle of a flash.

I honestly don't have a flash drive rolleyes.gif else that's what I would be using.
     
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I honestly don't have a flash drive rolleyes.gif else that's what I would be using.

You don't need a flash drive. I used the Gigabyte VGA@BIOS utility and seems to work fine. I think some have reported it not working though.
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Anyone know how to remove the BIOS unlock? I keep crashing in Heaven with default settings on my 670 FTW frown.gif
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This is really frustrating, I can't even hit 1200 boost anymore regardless of which BIOS I use now...
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Use nvflash to flash the bios. It is not hard to use and will allow you to flash as many gfx cards as you have installed in your PC.
Just make sure your rig is stable before you flash the firmware - you do not want the rig crashing/bsod in the middle of a flash.
I honestly don't have a flash drive rolleyes.gif else that's what I would be using.
Firestorm is, among other functions, just a GUI to nvflash for Windows. Search in the program dir, you'll find nvflash there.
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Firestorm is, among other functions, just a GUI to nvflash for Windows. Search in the program dir, you'll find nvflash there.

But I don't have a flash drive. I will try @Bios next

Does MSI have a tool by some means
     
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But I don't have a flash drive. I will try @Bios next
Does MSI have a tool by some means

You don't need a flash drive.

Download firestorm here.
http://www.mediafire.com/?76z6cfr5d2y7h77
It installs in Chinese, but the program is english though. lol

Run as administrator.
Save your bios, and flash the new one.
It takes less than a minute.
Reboot, and reinstall graphics driver when done.
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Firestorm works well, but I usually Flash in a Win7 DOS box:

Make a folder "nvflash" on desktop and extract most recent version of nvflash into it (should be 3 files: nvflash, nvflsh32.sys, and nvflsh64.sys)

Now copy / paste all of your bios' into the nvflash folder (including your original backup.rom)

Open Command Prompt (DOS box)

Type "CD Desktop" --- hit Enter

Type "nvflash" --- hit Enter

Type "nvflash.exe -4 -5 -6 bios.rom" --- bios.rom is the name of your specific bios that you are flashing. --- hit Enter

Follow the prompts.

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guys so no matter which BIOS I use, I always get a huge spike in power % which leads to a crash. EVGA precision X shows this in the graphs.



any suggestions?
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