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post #361 of 925
(Updated 2/11/2015) NVFlash v5.206.0.1 All Checks bypassed: (Use this if you want to flash BIOS from different models. Like flashing 980 BIOS onto a 970)

when 5.218? to 980ti /tytan x?
post #362 of 925
Hi Joe

I have problem on NVIDIA VBIOS update, I have GTX-970M with G-sync functio on.

I try update this VGA on my new NB system that pop error board ID mismatch

Can you help teach me how to override this board ID different limit.

Thx.

post #363 of 925
(Updated 8/17/2015) NVFLash certificate checks bypassed v5.227: (Works in Windows 10)
X64 Download Here


Hi JoeDirt,

Can't seem to downlod the x64 NVFlash from your posted link. Tried IE 11 (page cannot be displayed), latest firefox (secure connection failed) and Google Chrome. Any ideas?
post #364 of 925
@JoeDirt

Any chance you could update nvflash_dos to make it work with maxwell II? It would be greatly appreciated if you were able too. I attached the latest version which works with kepler (and I think maxwell I, but I can't confirm as I don't have 750ti).

I'm currently using your updated linux version which works - Thank You!! - however there is some extra steps involved every time you want to save/flash a bios. With the dos version you make a bootable usb stick and run it from there, one step super easy(and works with any OS).


nvflash_dos_5-163.zip 489k .zip file
Edited by bigblock990 - 10/4/15 at 9:31am
post #365 of 925
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Originally Posted by bigblock990 View Post

@JoeDirt

Any chance you could update nvflash_dos to make it work with maxwell II? It would be greatly appreciated if you were able too. I attached the latest version which works with kepler (and I think maxwell I, but I can't confirm as I don't have 750ti).

I'm currently using your updated linux version which works - Thank You!! - however there is some extra steps involved every time you want to save/flash a bios. With the dos version you make a bootable usb stick and run it from there, one step super easy(and works with any OS).


nvflash_dos_5-163.zip 489k .zip file

I do not have the source for NVFlash so I can not.
post #366 of 925
Ok thanks
post #367 of 925
Hi, does anyone have a copy bios of Gigabyte GTX970 G1 Gaming (ELPIDA memory) version?

I flashed it with the Hynix version and now my card is BRICKED! LOL


Can someone please help me?
post #368 of 925
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by desmosedicilow View Post

Hi, does anyone have a copy bios of Gigabyte GTX970 G1 Gaming (ELPIDA memory) version?

I flashed it with the Hynix version and now my card is BRICKED! LOL


Can someone please help me?

If you're talking about the F80 BIOS, Gigabyte didn't post that one but @cookieboyeli has one and I'm sure wouldn't mind extracting the BIOS for you. I think he's going to be extracting anyway.
post #369 of 925
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Originally Posted by Laithan View Post

If you're talking about the F80 BIOS, Gigabyte didn't post that one but @cookieboyeli has one and I'm sure wouldn't mind extracting the BIOS for you. I think he's going to be extracting anyway.

Not sure if it's the F80 as I'm dumb enough for not checking/backup the original BIOS before I do anything dumb.... But I will give it a try if he is able to extract it for me smile.gif

Thanks smile.gif
post #370 of 925
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by desmosedicilow View Post

Not sure if it's the F80 as I'm dumb enough for not checking/backup the original BIOS before I do anything dumb.... But I will give it a try if he is able to extract it for me smile.gif

Thanks smile.gif

It is either here or it is F80. They don't list your memory type so it must be F80 IMO.
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