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When I try to upload the .rom file I get "The webpage cannot be found"?
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When I try to upload the .rom file I get "The webpage cannot be found"?

Read post #98.
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Ok thanks, Cool tool hopefully it's up and running again soon.

EDIT: Is it ready yet? biggrin.gif

I've been waiting over 6months for a tool like this and I finely find one and it's broke sad-smiley-002.gif
Edited by USFORCES - 12/24/12 at 11:41pm
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Ok thanks, Cool tool hopefully it's up and running again soon.
EDIT: Is it ready yet? biggrin.gif
I've been waiting over 6months for a tool like this and I finely find one and it's broke sad-smiley-002.gif

I am trying to find the cause of the issue now...
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Sorry for my english,this program will be work with msi670 pe oc bios or it willbe only crash after flash!
I want raise voltage AND POWER LIMIT AND disable boost GK670peOC.zip 96k .zip file
can somebody help with my bios ,thank you very much!
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You mean to tell me after reading on what happened you still want to flash your BIOS!
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I want know programm work or not and will be some effect after flashing,for my card
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Some info that might be useful if your card is bricked.

http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=119955
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STANDARD BIOS FLASH COMMAND
nvflash --index=1 -5 -6 BIOS.ROM (enter)
I used 'BIOS.ROM' as an example, you'll need to change it to whatever name you gave your modded BIOS.
This command will flash your GPU with the new BIOS that you selected by typing the name of the BIOS.
NO WAY BACK!!!!!!!!!!!! Do not interrupt!!!!!!!! and wait for the succesfull message.

OVERRIDE SWITCH -4
nvflash --index=1 -4 -5 -6 BIOS.ROM (enter) (BIOS.ROM is example name)
There is an override switch for force flashing mismatched sub-vendor or hardware ID's (often required for flashing a BIOS from a different vendor);
This command will flash your GPU with the new BIOS that you selected by typing the name of the BIOS.
NO WAY BACK!!!!!!!!!!!! Do not interrupt!!!!!!!! and wait for the succesfull message.

OR THESE 3 BASIC COMMANDS
nvflash --protectoff (enter) = this command let you see the installed GPU(s) and removes the write protect so you can flash.

nvflash --save(File name that you give .rom) (enter) = this command makes a save of the selected GPU BIOS. ( do this before you flash your new BIOS, so you got a backup of the original).

nvflash(Name of the OC BIOS made with NiBiTor and copied to the bootable).rom (enter)
this command will flash your GPU with the new BIOS that you selected by typing the name of the BIOS.
NO WAY BACK!!!!!!!!!!!! Do not interrupt!!!!!!!! and wait for the succesfull message.

http://www.overclock.net/t/593427/how-to-unbrick-your-bricked-graphics-card-fix-a-failed-bios-flash/30#post_12188574
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Have done some searching on the subject and here's what I've found. It's similar to the method anoob has posted above but for NVIDIA cards specifically. Be sure to know what you're doing before going ahead. You don't need to do exactly what the user did in the forum post below as he only had the one card to go on but if you still boot with your IGP, NVFlash should recognize the card after grounding the STRAP_SUB_VENDOR pin.

http://www.mvktech.net/index.php?option=com_joomlaboard&func=view&catid=13&id=57330

From the NVFlash guide:

Found the cause of the issue....

Version: 0.3
1. Fixed checksum issue with negative values.
2. Added file naming box next to download button.

Well I missed a variable in the code and that variable controlled how many characters to replace.
meaning if the modified firmware equaled a negative checksum value the firmware would be corrupted.

This could be seen by comparing the file size of the modified firmware vs the original.

I will explain what "If "Fixed Checksum" does not equal "Old Checksum" Do not use the firmware!" means
If the old checksum does not equal the fixed checksum your firmware is different and the checksum fix replaced some part of the code it should not have. this is a good check but is not enough.

I will be updating the tool and adding a string length check to check if the string size has changed I will also be removing the ability to remodify firmware that had already been modified with the tool as it brakes the checksum check :/ and of course I will fix the wrong variable in the code.

Remember this tool is and always will be "use at your own risk"
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Sorry for my english,this program will be work with msi670 pe oc bios or it willbe only crash after flash!
I want raise voltage AND POWER LIMIT AND disable boost GK670peOC.zip 96k .zip file
can somebody help with my bios ,thank you very much!
Here you go:
614318.zip 56k .zip file
Voltage : 1212500
Power target: 150%
Fan min/max: 30/100
Enjoy.

V3DT is working on his tool at the moment, looks like he fixed it though it is now on v.7
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