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post #661 of 925
I can not use the commands in nvFlash anyone know how to strip this error? GTX 980 TI HOF erro (0x0000005)



Edited by cruel121 - 7/29/16 at 8:31pm
post #662 of 925
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Originally Posted by cruel121 View Post

I can not use the commands in nvFlash anyone know how to strip this error? GTX 980 TI HOF erro (0x0000005)



Run first: nvflash --protectoff
** DO YOUR FLASH STEP HERE **
After successful flash, run: nvflash --protecton
post #663 of 925
When I try to do nvflash --protectoff I get this error: Unable to setup NVFLASH driver (0x00000002)

I'd post a screenshot, but the window is self closing too quick. Any ideas?
post #664 of 925
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Originally Posted by Night-Killer View Post

When I try to do nvflash --protectoff I get this error: Unable to setup NVFLASH driver (0x00000002)

I'd post a screenshot, but the window is self closing too quick. Any ideas?

Make sure you're using the latest version from here: https://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/Utilities/BIOS_Flashing/NVIDIA/
Also restart your computer -- you may have multiple copies still running in task manager.
Also if you're on windows 64-bit, use the 64 bit version.
post #665 of 925
ok ill try this. Thank you!

UPDATE: I downloaded the newest version and rebooted. Same error sadsmiley.gif

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Edited by Night-Killer - 7/30/16 at 8:03am
post #666 of 925
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Night-Killer View Post

ok ill try this. Thank you!

UPDATE: I downloaded the newest version and rebooted. Same error sadsmiley.gif

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NVFLASH usually comes with a file called nvflsh64.sys which appears to be missing from your screenshot.

http://www.overclock.net/attachments/41789
You can try this one



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Originally Posted by cekim View Post

There is a checksum and what appear to be "blobs" that representing signing of some sort. The checksum is easy enough to repair if you know what's covered by it or experiement. The signing aspect may be a lot harder, but there are other ways around that...

The actual parameters are as plain as they were in prior bioses, but not all in the same place or format... Power was easier to find, clocks seems much harder and/or are encoded in a different way.

It too bad some poeple's parents failed and would abuse trust here that causes them to want to "know" if the bios has been modded, but frankly, they've only made it so that they can tell if a dumb person modded the bios. ;-) I guess maybe that's enough of a benefit economically....

You are the man! We need peeps like you that "get it" to help us... Anyone else out there? Let's make a "TIGER TEAM" and make this happen!

Who's in? thumb.gif
post #667 of 925
Jeeze I feel so dumb, that did it! Thanks a lot, you rock!
post #668 of 925
I'm trying to install this BIOS (GamingZ) in my Gaming X, but when I use nvflash I get this error message:

5gpb8H8.png

Any ideas?
post #669 of 925
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Originally Posted by smonkie View Post

I'm trying to install this BIOS (GamingZ) in my Gaming X, but when I use nvflash I get this error message:

5gpb8H8.png

Any ideas?

Maybe this will help...

http://www.overclock.net/t/1601288/official-nvidia-gtx-1080-owners-club/4740#post_25419124
post #670 of 925
I was having trouble flashing my Asus Strix 1070 (non-OC) with the OC bios. Eventually I worked out that I needed 5.292 version: https://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/2709/nvflash-5-292-0-for-windows/mirrors

*** IF RUNNING 64 WINDOWS MAKE SURE YOU DON'T COPY ACROSS THE 32-bit SYS FILE***

Follow the instructions and put that in a folder called nvflash on the C drive along with the rom.

Then use these 3 commands WITH THE ADAPTER DISABLED IN DEVICE MANAGER:

nvflash -i0 --protectoff

nvflash -i0 -6 Asus.rom

nvflash -i0 --protecton


Flashed fine for me. I am about to reenable my card and reboot *EEK*
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