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Are you getting a "update successful" message whenever you flash the card? Can you take some pictures of the back pcb and post it here? Any artifacts when booting up - this is an obvious sign that your card won't unlock.
Yes, I get update successful with each BIOS. It doesn't artifact or anything. It boots into windows initially, before it installs drivers. That's what is confusing to me. After driver install and restart, I get the problem. I'm not able to take a picture of the back of the PCB atm, because I'm still working on it. Looking for anything in particular I could look for at some point?

Person I bought it from said it had 10 chips, and to be honest he's probably one of the most trustworthy guys on this site
Edited by Cavi - 10/4/10 at 7:37pm
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Anyone else getting a "we dont have your card on file" with steam? Games play fine but just wondering what ya'll are getting. I've stuck with the bios that NCIX put on one of mine. Still don't know which bios it is.


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Ok, so I'm trying to flash a new bios. Every time I do, this is what happens:

It will boot into windows fine, obviously windows needing to re-install the card. So windows get's done doing it's thing (the latest driver files are already installed on the machine), and asks for a reboot. After the "Starting Windows" screen, nothing. Nada.

Is mine one of the few that won't work? I'm trying a third BIOS right now to see if that will work
What is the exact flashing procedure you used? Can you type it out instead of providing a link to a guide, or instead of copy/pasting whatever you followed? I mean, it's better for me if you type it out.

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Yes, I get update successful with each BIOS. It doesn't artifact or anything. It boots into windows initially, before it installs drivers. That's what is confusing to me. After driver install and restart, I get the problem. I'm not able to take a picture of the back of the PCB atm, because I'm still working on it. Looking for anything in particular I could look for at some point?

Person I bought it from said it had 10 chips, and to be honest he's probably one of the most trustworthy guys on this site
Having 10 memory chips is half the battle. The other half is having this physically printed on the GPU chip: "GF100-275-A3". If it says that, then it's a GTX 470. But if it says "GF100-030-A3", then it's just a GTX 465 - even there are 10 memory chips on the PCB.
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Yes, I get update successful with each BIOS. It doesn't artifact or anything. It boots into windows initially, before it installs drivers. That's what is confusing to me. After driver install and restart, I get the problem. I'm not able to take a picture of the back of the PCB atm, because I'm still working on it. Looking for anything in particular I could look for at some point?

Person I bought it from said it had 10 chips, and to be honest he's probably one of the most trustworthy guys on this site
Check this post by spice003;

http://www.overclock.net/10291214-post1118.html

Also, this is the current bios that I'm using;

Attachment 175281
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What is the exact flashing procedure you used? Can you type it out instead of providing a link to a guide, or instead of copy/pasting whatever you followed? I mean, it's better for me if you type it out.
Someone here had a download package, I used that.

Made the bootable usb drive
Loaded the listed files on to it
- Autoexec.bat didn't show up, but when I attempted to put it over there again it gave me the "do you want to replace..." jargon. It's a hidden file, but that was enough confirmation for me that it was there.

The nvflash things were working. I said no to the initial question...

nvflash --eraseeeprom
nvflash ---4 -5 -6 470.rom
Warnings... yes, yes, yes
Success

ctrl-alt-del to reboot, remove usb
Boots into windows
windows finds device and installs, asks to reboot, reboot.
Starting windows screen shows, completes.
Then nothing. The back light of my monitor is on, so it reads some sort of signal, but nothing appears.

When I go back to reflash, I get more errors than the first time. I forget exactly what it says, but it says basically that the codes in the firmware and on the board are not matching (CC16 and CC21 maybe?).

I've tried three BIOS, all with the same result. msi 470 twin frozr, reference 470, and the one that everyone loves the hell out of because of the voltage mod.

I also had the mind to check GPU-Z BEFORE I rebooted windows for the driver install, and it shows as a 470, but some of the fields are "unavailable", including the RAM count box.

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Having 10 memory chips is half the battle. The other half is having this physically printed on the GPU chip: "GF100-275-A3". If it says that, then it's a GTX 470. But if it says "GF100-030-A3", then it's just a GTX 465 - even there are 10 memory chips on the PCB.
Yeah I've heard you say that before, but I'm not about to remove this cooler to check :/ Never done it before, though now I'm wondering if it might be worth the trouble.
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Try this before the 'nvflash --eraseeeprom' step and see if it helps:

nvflash -r

This command removes the write protection on the EPROM. Wouldn't hurt to try...just follow the same procedure you listed but add the above command as the first step. Good luck man hope you get it all sorted out.

EDIT: Don't use the two dashes for the last step, only type 'nvflash -4 -5 -6 470.rom'. This may be where you're having a problem.

1. nvflash -r
2. nvflash --eraseeeprom OR nvflash -9
3. nvflash -4 -5 -6 470.rom
Edited by spoolindsm127 - 10/4/10 at 11:51pm
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In addition, I also recommend adding a single line of "nvflash -9" prior to "nvflash -4 -5 -6 470.rom". The "nvflash -9" command is supposed to be like "nvflash --eraseeeprom", but don't exclude eraseeeprom.
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I believe nvflash -9 is the same as nvflash -r. So I would say follow the steps exactly as I posted and hopefully you should be golden (no pun intended).

EDIT: Actually nvflash -9 and nvflash --eraseeeprom are the same commands. So use either or.
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I believe nvflash -9 is the same as nvflash -r. So I would say follow the steps exactly as I posted and hopefully you should be golden (no pun intended).
But every single time I have seen it mentioned, the person mentioning it made it sound like it was very similar to eraseeeprom. But I've never used -9 so I don't know.
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But every single time I have seen it mentioned, the person mentioning it made it sound like it was very similar to eraseeeprom. But I've never used -9 so I don't know.
That was completely my mistake...you are 100% right. After making that last post I got to searching and realized that nvflash -9 is same as nvflash --eraseeeprom. So basically you can use either or. Sorry for the confusion
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