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i want to use nvflash for my video card but i have to use it in DOS. can i donwload DOS or something like that? how does it work, since i don't have a floppy drive. Any suggestions?
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i want to use nvflash for my video card but i have to use it in DOS. can i donwload DOS or something like that? how does it work, since i don't have a floppy drive. Any suggestions?
Make a bootable floppy disk by going to format in My Computer and then select the option to make an MS Dos startup disk. Then just copy all files to the floppy that you need for the flash
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i said i dun hav a floppy drive lol (btw is there ones that plug like an usb and act like a floppy)
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You can download several versions of DOS, but any Windows computer will be shipped with MS-DOS ion it. Go Start>Run and type "cmd" (without quotes)

However, I'm no flashing expert. I would look into whether or not NVFlash can be run from your hard drive, or if it has to go onto a floppy.

EDIT: Saw your last post. You could use a USB floppy drive if your motherboard will let you boot from USB.
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but how would i run nvflash from cmd?
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but how would i run nvflash from cmd?
That's the part I'm not sure about. I'll do a little research and try to find out.
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You can make a bootable floppy disk that will allow you to get in to dos. I have attached the windows 98 boot disk util. just open and it will install on a disk.
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I'm not sure what it is but i did say i dun hav a floppy drive...
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you can install all the files off a boot disk then copy them to a falsh drive. the fash drive must then enabled in the bios to boot from this. if you use ether method you can then copy nvflash to the same disk or flash drive. just leave the disk drive to read/wright mode so that your G-card Bios can be saved on it.
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thanks, but do you know of any step by step method on how to do this? im inexperienced with these things
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