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post #11 of 16
Use the original nvflash to flash the original bios, not joedirt's nvflash.
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Originally Posted by Pointy View Post

use joedirts nvflash

He does use joedirt's nvflash, that's why he can't flash the original bios.
Edited by smp - 8/27/16 at 6:05pm
post #12 of 16
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I've tried "use that -4 -6 -7 something like that also use --protect off as well" but nothing work

I had remove the card from the pci to use the igpu and all was fine
I place the 960 again and here is what i get 30sec after windows have booted, every time biggrin.gif




The igpu work and a old GT610 work too so i don't think windows is corrupted or something.
should I try nvflash on a usb?
post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by spiderpoulet View Post

I've tried "use that -4 -6 -7 something like that also use --protect off as well" but nothing work

I had remove the card from the pci to use the igpu and all was fine
I place the 960 again and here is what i get 30sec after windows have booted, every time biggrin.gif




The igpu work and a old GT610 work too so i don't think windows is corrupted or something.
should I try nvflash on a usb?

In your bios there should be option to select default output device select igpu. Maybe called multi monitor. Reboot to bios after enabling multi monitor. When you go back to that same place additional options should show
use ddu and remove the nvidia drivers. Do this while you got the gpu removed.
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post #14 of 16
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Problem solved

I come back a few day later, I just flashed the stock bios downloaded with the most recent official nvflash and everything went fine!
Maybe my mind was confused with al that bios versions i get + nvflash versions biggrin.gif

Thx to Pointy and other for your help, this site is awesome when you need help thumb.gif
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Great smile.gif

next time you get a card, keep copy of orignal in a safe place
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post #16 of 16
Mostly I use Ez3flash just rename VBIOS to X.ROM and run batch file then choose option of 3.
If you can not boot with your card then use onboard display and plug your monitor cable into onboard display, put your GTX960 on PCIE slot without plugin monitor cable and then flash it.
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