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I had the same question. Use the index. Here is a step by step guide with pics.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1523391/easy-nvflash-guide-with-pictures-for-gtx-970-980/60#post_24875913

But that guide is outdated i think, joedirts flash tool doesn't require you to disable drivers right?

the command list is still relative. and skip using that BAT file. just flashed with it and now have an issue - :\
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the command list is still relative. and skip using that BAT file. just flashed with it and now have an issue - :\

so, just follow the guide and don't disable drivers? i noticed that there is newer version of joedit's flash tool, should i use that instead? it's v5.265
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copy the updated version of nvflash to your c drive
copy new bios to nvflash folder in c drive
drag custom bios over nvflash.exe
press y
let it finish flashing
reboot and be happy

i did this a few hours ago and worked like a charm
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copy the updated version of nvflash to your c drive
copy new bios to nvflash folder in c drive
drag custom bios over nvflash.exe
press y
let it finish flashing
reboot and be happy

i did this a few hours ago and worked like a charm

how does that work with multi gpu? would it flash both? or would it let me select which card to flash?
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so, just follow the guide and don't disable drivers? i noticed that there is newer version of joedit's flash tool, should i use that instead? it's v5.265

yeah use the newer and don't worry about disabling before flashing. joe dirt's takes care of that. that guide will tell you about using index0 and then index1 to flash each card.

seems the batch file has to many switches in it. did you notice the -4 -5 -6 listed as "normal" so the newer (since maxwell) nv flash is spitting it back out.

sorry thought i could find something easier then entering a few lines.

so yeah your basically nvflash --index=0 biosname.rom then nvflash --index=1 biosname.rom you may or may not need that -6 switch.

got it?
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how does that work with multi gpu? would it flash both? or would it let me select which card to flash?

im sorry i have no idea about multi gpu as i only have one gpu myself
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yeah use the newer and don't worry about disabling before flashing. joe dirt's takes care of that. that guide will tell you about using index0 and then index1 to flash each card.

seems the batch file has to many switches in it. did you notice the -4 -5 -6 listed as "normal" so the newer (since maxwell) nv flash is spitting it back out.

sorry thought i could find something easier then entering a few lines.

so yeah your basically nvflash --index=0 biosname.rom then nvflash --index=1 biosname.rom you may or may not need that -6 switch.

got it?

i think rxl-gaming's method is easier, just tried it,
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i think rxl-gaming's method is easier, just tried it,
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OH!!!

that only did your first gpu.
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