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Restore GTX 460 original bios?

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How can I restore my gtx 460 bios? I flashed it with a modified bios with unlocked voltages. recently its been getting stuck at 2D clocks so I'm thinking it might be a buggy flash. I remember following a tutorial but can't find the link. I have the stock bios.
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http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/1498...-flashing.html

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Thank you. Does it require creating a boot disk( or USB?) or can I just do it through windows. The tutorial I followed did it from the desktop and didn't require these steps.
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I usualy do it with USB, no experience with doing it within windows
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Originally Posted by GeforceGTS View Post
I usualy do it with USB, no experience with doing it within windows
Same here. So much less that can go wrong imo. I mean, I have experienced extremely sudden shut downs during gaming because windows update decided to reboot the pc all of the sudden. Not cool while flashing to say the least. If you have no alternative way of displaying if the bios flash goes wrong (dual bios like at least some ati cards have, alternatively pci video card available) then there is some risk involved.

In other words, do it with USB for now. The linked tutorial is very precise and easy to follow.
Edited by Chris Ihao - 1/4/11 at 8:42pm
    
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