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Since nvflash 5.127 doesnt have the command to erase the EEPROM, i was wondering how i could erase it? All the commands of the previous nvflash dont work.
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--erase
--eraseeeprom

I've tried an older nvflash but it doesnt recognize the GPU
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Curious

Why do you need to erase the eeprom?
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Not a fix etc but when your offset in the vBIOS is wrong, you get the GPU-z output you see (no Mhz and your card thinking it has 3GB of vRAM). Why it works on 1 card but not on the other is a mystery (if I got your problem right).

Anyhow, did you try the Windows version as suggested in that thread?
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Its strange and confuses me.. I cant flash any other bios besides the LN A3 bios. Otherwise i will get the screen with stripes (allso in bios boot screen so it must be in the bios and not a driver issue)
I've tried in DOS and Windows. Both the same effect... So i most likely need to completely erase the EEPROM.
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