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post #711 of 925
"NVFlash v5.206.0.1 All Checks bypassed"

Will this ever be Updated?
post #712 of 925
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Testos View Post

"NVFlash v5.206.0.1 All Checks bypassed"

Will this ever be Updated?

For MAXWELL, there's no need to. We have everything we need.

For PASCAL, there's no point... we can't sign the BIOS and we don't have an editor. There's some new security in Pascal that hasn't been beaten yet.
post #713 of 925
Hello Guys, I just bought a Video Card, and the model is ASUS ROG-STRIX-GTX1060-6G-GAMING .
And now i want to flash its bios with ROG-STRIX-GTX1060-O6G-GAMING .
Does anybody try this mission? Which version NVFlash should I take?
Where can I find bios?
After google, I find this site: https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/185818/asus-gtx1060-6144-160705
But I dont't know whether to use it.
So I post this to seek help.
Thanks a lot smile.gif
post #714 of 925
Hi JoeDirt,

So I tried flashing my badly flashed Zotac 980 ti AMP OMEGA using the NVFlash with certificate checks bypassed for GTX 950/960/970/980/980Ti/Titan X but it gave me an errors, please see screenshot below, the bad flash was resulted from power outage while flashing



anyway to get around this? I have been trying to recover it from a bad flash,

also, this is the full command I used

first I run this command

"nvflash --protectoff"

then proceeded to flash by the command below

"nvflash --index=0 GM200-Zotac980TiAmp.rom"

I also tried it with the -6 command but still failing,

Thanks!
post #715 of 925
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by yukim0n View Post

Hi JoeDirt,

So I tried flashing my badly flashed Zotac 980 ti AMP OMEGA using the NVFlash with certificate checks bypassed for GTX 950/960/970/980/980Ti/Titan X but it gave me an errors, please see screenshot below, the bad flash was resulted from power outage while flashing



anyway to get around this? I have been trying to recover it from a bad flash,

also, this is the full command I used

first I run this command

"nvflash --protectoff"

then proceeded to flash by the command below

"nvflash --index=0 GM200-Zotac980TiAmp.rom"

I also tried it with the -6 command but still failing,

Thanks!

Try this one. I have had success using this version for both a MOD and a STOCK BIOS. It's compatible with all Maxwell cards.
http://www.overclock.net/attachments/41789

IMO this (v5.218) is the best version Joe has released just unsure why only the LINUX version is posted on Techpowerup.
post #716 of 925
I'm attempting to repair my system after newbishly bricking both my 980's. I was able to repair the master card using nvflash and the rom contained in this zip file https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4GuRGlmXiO0X05tN1NXUFJpZG8/view The slave card accepts the flash using this rom with no errors, but isn't working. I tried the factory rom that I saved using GPU-Z to no avail, and I downloaded the manufacturer rom from https://www.techpowerup.com/vgabios/?architecture=NVIDIA&manufacturer=PNY&model=GTX+980&interface=PCI-E&memType=GDDR5&memSize=4096&since=.
When I attempt to use this rom, I get a certification 2.0 message. Any suggestions?
post #717 of 925
Sorry, here's one thing I forgot to mention; The master card that successfully flashed is manufactured by Nvidia (purchased from Best Buy), and the slave card is the PNY CG edition. Both are reference cards and have been SLI'd, and clocked identically using MSI Afterburner.
post #718 of 925
Thread Starter 
You may want to reference my post above yours re: the version of NVFLASH I recommend you try. It should help with the cert errors. If it still doesn't work you'll need to use a STOCK NVFLASH.

Here is also the procedure to fix a bricked GPU
http://www.overclock.net/t/1521334/official-nvflash-with-certificate-checks-bypassed-for-gtx-950-960-970-980-980ti-titan-x/410#post_24744357

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post #719 of 925
nVflash version 5.324 brings some new options
Primary Commands (Click to show)
Code:
NVIDIA Firmware Update Utility (Version 5.324.0)
Simplified Version For OEM Only

-- Primary Commands --
Update VBIOS firmware:           nvflash [options] <filename>
Save VBIOS firmware to file:     nvflash [options] --save <filename>
Display firmware bytes:          nvflash [options] --display [bytes]
Check for supported EEPROM:      nvflash [options] --check
Display VBIOS version:           nvflash [options] --version [<filename>]
List adapters:                   nvflash [options] --list
Compare adapter firmware:        nvflash [options] --compare <filename>
Verify adapter firmware:         nvflash [options] --verify <filename>
Verify adapter IFR firmware:     nvflash [options] --verify --ifronly <filename>
Display GPU ECID:                nvflash [options] --ecid
Display License information:     nvflash [options] --licinfo <filename>
Generate a License Request File: nvflash [options] --licreq <filename>,<reqType>
Provide a HULK license file:     nvflash [options] --license <filename>
List out all the PCI devices:    nvflash [options] --lspci
Access PCI Configure register:   nvflash [options] --setpci
Display Build information:       nvflash [options] --buildinfo
Display MCU version:             nvflash [options] --querygmac
Update MCU firmware:             nvflash [options] --proggmac
Save MCU firmware to file:       nvflash [options] --savegmac
List MCUs:                       nvflash [options] --listgmac
Write protect EEPROM:            nvflash [options] --protecton
Remove write protect:            nvflash [options] --protectoff
Update Inforom firmware:         nvflash [options] --flashinforom <filename>.ifr
Save Inforom firmware to file:   nvflash [options] --save <filename>.ifr
Backup InfoROM to embedded IB:   nvflash [options] --backupinforom
Restore InfoROM from embedded IB:nvflash [options] --recoverinforom
Read Inforom OBD info to file:   nvflash [options] --rdobd <filename>
Read Inforom OEM info to file:   nvflash [options] --rdoem <filename>
Update Inforom OEM info:         nvflash [options] --wroem <filename>
Read uGPU license file to file:  nvflash [options] --rdulf <filename>
Update uGPU license file to IR:  nvflash [options] --wrulf <filename>
Display help screen for LIC OP:  nvflash [options] --lichelp
Read HULK license file to file:  nvflash [options] --rdhlk <filename>
Update HULK license file to IR:  nvflash [options] --wrhlk <filename>
Flash a license file:            nvflash [options] --licflash <filename>
Read UPR object to file:         nvflash [options] --rdupr <filename>
Flash a UPR file:                nvflash [options] --wrupr <compute|graphics>.upr
List the GPU mode:               nvflash [options] --listgpumodes
Set the GPU mode to graphics:    nvflash [options] --gpumode graphics
Set the GPU mode to compute:     nvflash [options] --gpumode compute
Add a power policy entry:        nvflash [options] --addpp TGP limitRated 250000
Delete a power policy:           nvflash [options] --delpp TGP limitRated
List all current power policies: nvflash [options] --listpp

The power policy sounds interesting. Wonder if it could be incorporated into Pascal graphics. AFAIK it uses the non certified part of VBIOS to store those settings.

EDIT: Well seems it only overrides the default value between min and max unless I'm doing something wrong, shame.
Edited by ucode - 10/9/16 at 3:12am
post #720 of 925
Where did you see this 5.324 ?

Else i successfully flashed the Galax 1070 EXOC Bios on my KFA2 EXOC which didnt have any vendor ID (Cards are the same)

Their LED tool is working for the logo... but the leds on the fans remains red and annoying

I had to use the "official" 5.319.0 to "bypass" a Cert 2.0 error with other versions



Edited by Epsylon3 - 10/9/16 at 6:41am
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