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But the newer versions will not work on older GPUs! I can't use this on my 770 or 650 Ti. WIth Nvflash 5.190 it was just drag and drop. Why isn't this?

I haven't attempted to flash older cards with the newest version so I can't confirm whether it does or doesn't work properly.

Why not just save different versions of nvflash in seperate folders, then choose the appropriate one for the gpu you are flashing?
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But the newer versions will not work on older GPUs! I can't use this on my 770 or 650 Ti. WIth Nvflash 5.190 it was just drag and drop. Why isn't this?

I haven't attempted to flash older cards with the newest version so I can't confirm whether it does or doesn't work properly.

Why not just save different versions of nvflash in seperate folders, then choose the appropriate one for the gpu you are flashing?
Because that's not the right way to do it. The newest version shouldn't break the old versions features (unless they specifically dropped them? which I highly doubt). Something's broken.
post #383 of 925
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Because that's not the right way to do it. The newest version shouldn't break the old versions features (unless they specifically dropped them? which I highly doubt). Something's broken.

JoeDirt doesn't make nvflash, nvidia does. All he does is edit it to allow flashing a modified bios. Also note that nvflash isn't supposed to be released to the public, someone(manufacturer) has to "leak" it.
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Because that's not the right way to do it. The newest version shouldn't break the old versions features (unless they specifically dropped them? which I highly doubt). Something's broken.

JoeDirt doesn't make nvflash, nvidia does. All he does is edit it to allow flashing a modified bios. Also note that nvflash isn't supposed to be released to the public, someone(manufacturer) has to "leak" it.
I know that, but it doesn't explain why it fails on older cards. I tried it with my 770 and the computer froze instantly with a dark purple screen. With the 650 Ti it errors out to quickly to read, though I think I can make a batch file and tell it to pause right?
post #385 of 925
why when flashing I get alot of black screen flickering while flashing? I have to press Y a few times even though I can't see anything
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This is the procedure I use to flash and it works perfectly:

1. Set refresh rate to monitor default (otherwise, monitor will disconnect and cannot be re-enabled without switching to another GPU)
2. nvflash --protectoff (on the GPU to flash)
3. drag ROM over nvflash.exe (or type out the command in a prompt)
4. wait til screen goes blank, then press Y and listen for 1st beep. When last beep happens, screen will turn back on.
5. nvflash --protecton (on the GPU that was flashed)
6. reboot
7. restore monitor oc

Because I run an OC on my monitor, step 1 is so crucial to avoid a disabled monitor when flashing.
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also I thought stock Hydrocopper had more than 110 power or do I need to reinstall EVGA precision?
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post #388 of 925
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This is the procedure I use to flash and it works perfectly:

1. Set refresh rate to monitor default (otherwise, monitor will disconnect and cannot be re-enabled without switching to another GPU)
2. nvflash --protectoff (on the GPU to flash)
3. drag ROM over nvflash.exe (or type out the command in a prompt)
4. wait til screen goes blank, then press Y and listen for 1st beep. When last beep happens, screen will turn back on.
5. nvflash --protecton (on the GPU that was flashed)
6. reboot
7. restore monitor oc

Because I run an OC on my monitor, step 1 is so crucial to avoid a disabled monitor when flashing.
Ohhh that may have been the problem, and I didn't know to use protectoff!! Thanks man! thumb.gif 970 is in now, but I'll give it a shot some time!
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post #389 of 925
when new flash all check bapysed ?
post #390 of 925
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when new flash all check bapysed ?

(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)
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