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This?

We had the case that some version of nvFlash didn't support a certain EEPROM anymore, and then you just use an older version of nvFlash.
This is for sure, some obsolete EEPROM will be removed from newer nvFlash's surpport list. Anyway, you can try the -j option, for example... Sometimes it will work. Good luck!
"nvflash -j -4 -5 -6 old.rom"


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This?

We had the case that some version of nvFlash didn't support a certain EEPROM anymore, and then you just use an older version of nvFlash.
This is for sure, some obsolete EEPROM will be removed from newer nvFlash's surpport list. Anyway, you can try the -j option, for example... Sometimes it will work. Good luck!
"nvflash -j -4 -5 -6 old.rom"


http://www.mvktech.net/index.php?opt...id=13&id=40620
no luck I don't think the problem is eeprom version/compatibility. I think the BIOS is corrupted and nvflash can't even detect/recognise the device. I tried several commands including 'nvflash -j -4 -5 -6 old.rom'. nvflash didn't even ask which card should be flashed, It's just assume that gtx 285 is the only device.
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Have you tried nvflash for windows? Or only the DOS version?
    
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Have you tried nvflash for windows? Or only the DOS version?
only DOS. I didn't know you could run it from windows? every guide I found use DOS
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try swapping the pcie slots and seeing if its then detected. there might be troubles getting a display, but you you have two monitors, it will just display the non primary.
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Yeah, you can try and do what OPENbracket says here, and attempt a blind flash
    
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I'll give it a try 2morrow (nvflash windows).

@OPENbracket: I did try swapping it from first, second to third slot. Still nothing. I only have one display though.

The card is still detected by device manager and gpu-z (unknown BIOS). It's not detected by gigabyte @BIOS or MSI afterburner.

The mobo (EX58-UD5) debug led shows 'FF' but the monitor just black.
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Yeah, you can try and do what OPENbracket says here, and attempt a blind flash
what's blind flash?

+ rep for trying guys. I'll let you know 2morrow.

EDIT: I just tried the nvflash for windows. I ran the .exe but I couldn't enter any command???
Edited by fang_laluna - 12/28/10 at 7:08am
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A blind flash is flashing your card, assuming you take out other cards and put the card with the corrupted bios in PCI-express slot 1 and you boot to DOS and type in the commands with no screen display (cause of the corrupted bios). This is assuming your computer will boot with the card, only with a black screen. You could also make a bootable media with the auto flash commands.

Edit: You must use command prompt when using nvflash for windows. Then you can type in commands, just like in DOS. It's worth a shot.
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