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Hi all,

I was in the process of flashing a PALIT Jetstream GTX 680 4GB with a MAC EFI (like I've done with a few other cards) but for whatever reason whilst NVFlash was running it went blank. I left the machine for 10 mins or so and rebooted and since then I can't get an output from the card. I do have a backup of the ROM but can't seem to flash it back.

I've put the card into a machine with an onboard graphics card and tried booting into DOS with a USB Flash drive but NVFlash still can't see the card. The same happens when I boot into Windows. Am I right in thinking I might be able to short the bios chip as a last resort? Any guidance as to which chip I need to short (I've located 2 which I think are correct SU5 / SU6) would be gratefully appreciated.

Thank you so much!
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