Originally Posted by SVATAZARSKY
Yes another one card is working fine.
You need ATIFlashHere
is a guide o how to use it.
Basically you need a bootable DOS USB key with your card's original BIOS in it and the ATIFlash program as well. You will use your good card to boot up your PC, with the bricked card in a secondary PCIe slot (I'm assuming you have a Crossfire capable board or at least one with multiple 16x slots). Boot from the USB and run ATIFlash:
* atiflash -i #view all available adapters, both cards should show up here listed by a number, even the bricked one
* atiflash -p 1 bios.rom #replace "1" with the number of your bricked adapter and "bios.rom" with the name of your BIOS file
* reboot when it is done
Guide on BIOS flashingVBE7
Originally Posted by stanimir330
@Melcar, how to modify the video card, and how exactly it flashing because 7870 has one BIOS
(read through the thread to familiarize yourself with the program first)
It's pretty easy. Just make sure to back up your original BIOS first (use ATIFlash, not gpuz), make sure you have a failsafe in case you brick your card, and don't go crazy with your modifications. I already flashed my card and experienced no issues.Edited by Melcar - 11/6/13 at 11:10am