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After flashing to gen1, 8800gt not works!

post #1 of 10
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Hello, I have follow the step to flash my gen2 bios to gen1, but after I flashed it, my card not works fine, it appear some multi lines on the screen and I cant get in windows....But after I flash back gigabyte original bios, the screen returned to normal, but when I am playing game, also black screen........
WHAT CAN I DO?????????
THANKS!
post #2 of 10
Please fill out your full system specs.

Why did you have to flash exactly? What is the issue?
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Please fill out your full system specs.

Why did you have to flash exactly? What is the issue?
Intel E8400, Asus P5K-EPU, 2GBx2 Ram, 420W PSU

Display card detail:
Model name: Gigabyte GV-NX88T512HP
NVIDIA 8800GT / PCI-E
512MB GDDR3/ 256 bit
Core Clock: 700
Men Clock: 1900 (not sure)

Because when I am playing the game, many different colour of dots on the screen, and sometimes the screen will turn black and I have to restart my computer to make it return to normal

After I search some post, I got the method

http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1130608
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so you flashed your card because it was artifacting? You need to RMA it and get a new one in my opinion.
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post #5 of 10
If a card is artifacting at stock with no modifications then you should have RMA'd it. Its the manufacturers resposibility to fix it. Not you.
post #6 of 10
Agreed. Why did you flash it again? Trying to unlock pipelines or something?

Did you use the correct flash as they are NOT all the same.. Me hopes you didn't corrupt anything by doing this as I once flashed a 6200 nVidia card and lost it much the same way but mine wouldn't even boot after putting the old version back in
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kayzee View Post
Intel E8400, Asus P5K-EPU, 2GBx2 Ram, 420W PSU

Display card detail:
Model name: Gigabyte GV-NX88T512HP
NVIDIA 8800GT / PCI-E
512MB GDDR3/ 256 bit
Core Clock: 700
Men Clock: 1900 (not sure)

Because when I am playing the game, many different colour of dots on the screen, and sometimes the screen will turn black and I have to restart my computer to make it return to normal

After I search some post, I got the method

http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1130608

What game? Have you tried other 3D apps?

Your issue is caused by:
1) bad card
2) bad PSU
3) overheating core
4) corrupt drivers
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What game? Have you tried other 3D apps?

Your issue is caused by:
1) bad card
2) bad PSU
3) overheating core
4) corrupt drivers
the game is AOE3, my PSU is 420W, I never O.C. the card anyway

I think I have to try another game....
lol, try Devil May Cry 4~
post #9 of 10
420W?...Hmmm I think you may have a poor amperage on that. Can you tell me how many amps you have on the +12v rail. You can find such information by looking on the side of your PSU.
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Did it work prior to the attempted flash and flash-back? I see Enterprises question and wonder if it ever really worked..
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