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[FDG]Explosion 05-31-2006 05:56 PM

OK, my issue is with unlocking temp setting for a Gigabyte GeForce 6600GT.
Its an AGP card, and i am following hte guide here: https://www.overclock.net/faqs/16387-...g-6600-gt.html

Well i have everything listed in supplies but one issue, drdflash does not seem to work at all. It will not write anything to the floppy(I have tried several) and will not boot me into DOS. nvFlash.exe writes fine and so does the other app that goes with it(mem controller?), but drd just does not work...

Anyone have any suggestions for me

ENTERPRISE 05-31-2006 06:49 PM

Welcome to oc.net..have you tried using a different floppy disk and also mae sure you are follwing the instructions fully. Im not all that clued in on this area but someone here will be !!.

[FDG]Explosion 05-31-2006 07:04 PM

Yes i have tried another disk(I have actually gone so far as to try a different drive). I may be doing somthing wrong here, this is the order i go in...

run the flashy thingy to the floppy, then move nvFlash and other .exe it comes with onto the disk. Wrong order or what?

Oh yeah ty for the welcome

Stillhouse 05-31-2006 11:46 PM

Here's what you do:

1. Run drdflash.exe to create your boot floppy

2. This is where things go confusing for me when I modded my BIOS. While still in Windows, run nvflash513-[Guru3d.com].exe(the original you downloaded) to a scratch folder. This should create a path like this: "C:\\(scratch folder)\\Guru3d.com\\Setup\
vflash.exe"
Copy the new nvflash.exe to your floppy.

From there go to step 3 in the original guide and continue from there.

PROBN4LYFE 06-01-2006 12:02 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Stillhouse
Here's what you do:

1. Run drdflash.exe to create your boot floppy

2. This is where things go confusing for me when I modded my BIOS. While still in Windows, run nvflash513-[Guru3d.com].exe(the original you downloaded) to a scratch folder. This should create a path like this: "C:\\(scratch folder)\\Guru3d.com\\Setup\
vflash.exe"
Copy the new nvflash.exe to your floppy.

From there go to step 3 in the original guide and continue from there.
AHHH!!!
An Athlon at 1.7v smells so great!!!!
Nice to meet ya!!!!

ENTERPRISE 06-01-2006 05:08 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Stillhouse
Here's what you do:

1. Run drdflash.exe to create your boot floppy

2. This is where things go confusing for me when I modded my BIOS. While still in Windows, run nvflash513-[Guru3d.com].exe(the original you downloaded) to a scratch folder. This should create a path like this: "C:\\(scratch folder)\\Guru3d.com\\Setup\
vflash.exe"
Copy the new nvflash.exe to your floppy.

From there go to step 3 in the original guide and continue from there.
That should work.Howeverif you need more help than just ask.

Here is a flash guide:http://www.mvktech.net/content/view/15/37/

Here is a Bios backup guide which is important you do:http://www.mvktech.net/content/view/14/37/

[FDG]Explosion 06-01-2006 01:08 PM

YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS IT FREAKIN WORKED!!!!!!!

Thanks alot guys for the help with this thing.

Now maybe you could help me get my p4 to 3.8ghz

Sideburns 06-01-2006 01:26 PM

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