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I have now tried to do the Sapphire 5750 within windows 10. 3 different computers, and at least I get this on 2 of the 3. The other one I cant select the IGD and boot into windows 10. Its an old Q8300 so oh well.



I get this program has stopped responding, and this is the output.

Not sure other than doing the DOS and ATIFLASH option.
But I feel like I should be able to do this in windows 10 command prompt running as administrator.

Any help would be amazing.
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Originally Posted by gohaun View Post

I have now tried to do the Sapphire 5750 within windows 10. 3 different computers, and at least I get this on 2 of the 3. The other one I cant select the IGD and boot into windows 10. Its an old Q8300 so oh well.



I get this program has stopped responding, and this is the output.

Not sure other than doing the DOS and ATIFLASH option.
But I feel like I should be able to do this in windows 10 command prompt running as administrator.

Any help would be amazing.

It looks like it's completing correctly both times I think?
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Originally Posted by kithylin View Post

It looks like it's completing correctly both times I think?

That is what I was thinking, but I guess Ill just have to put it in the mac and test it.
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That is what I was thinking, but I guess Ill just have to put it in the mac and test it.

Did it work out for you?
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Did it work out for you?

I will have to wait to get one of the production machines over the weekend. *crosses fingers*
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Did it work out for you?

That would be a no. I tried both of the DVI outputs. I hear the chime waited about 2 minutes and still no image.
I guess ill see if I can do the ms dos option now this weekend.

EDIT: I made a freedos bootable usb drive and dropped the folder into that usb. I cant run the program in DOS.
Welp back to the drawing board.

Note: I am still able to use it in windows without an issue as far as I can tell.
Edited by gohaun - 4/21/17 at 11:28pm
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