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when ever I try to do "nvflash --eraseeeprom" it just prints out the help guide and then nothing...

I'm fairly certain this is preventing me from unlocking my gtx 465.

I have tried multiple versions of nvflash, and the Windows version just says "this program cannot be used in DOS".

I am using a flash drive to boot up from into DOS.
 

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I think the best method is to say it as you type it. So, say this while you're typing:

"nvflash space hyphen hyphen erase, e, e, p rom". Otherwise you might end up only typing "erase, e, p rom".
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sɪɴɢɪɴɢ ɢᴏᴅᴅᴇss
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Well thank you.
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It worked, and I don't know why.

Maybe I kept leaving out 1 hyphen or something.

It worked and now I have a GTX 470.
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FYI: I set the fan to 100% and ....
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I thought a mini-jet was taking off from a runway right next to me.
 

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Well thank you.
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It worked, and I don't know why.

Maybe I kept leaving out 1 hyphen or something.

It worked and now I have a GTX 470.
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Nice!

I think the usual reason why it doesn't work is due to typing "eraseeprom" instead of "eraseeeprom".
 
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