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Is there a version of NVFLASH that works on 64-bit Windows yet? Last time I had to boot from a thumbdrive and having an issue making one bootable at the moment.

You shouldn't flash a bios oder Vbios in windows.

just download rufus, choose ms-dos start, format and copy dos bios files on it --- ready.

64bit Windows flashing is pretty dangerous in imho.

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Is there a version of NVFLASH that works on 64-bit Windows yet.

Of course, in the first post of this thread...

You shouldn't flash a bios oder Vbios in windows.

It doesn't make a difference for desktop cards. Well actually it does, it's faster and more convenient :)

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It doesn't make a difference for desktop cards. Well actually it does, it's faster and more convenient :)

I destroyed an video card this way, because of an blocking not reacting flasher window, so I decided to not flash in windows anymore.

You are the expert, if you say it works well, then it will works well :)

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I got a problem using the NvFlash 5.141.0.1 DOS

I have an AsusGTX 670 OC DirectCU Mini 2GB. But everytime i try to flash the following error occurs.

error preserving inforom image.

ERROR: Failed to merge Inforom image.

As the normal flash doesn't work, I also tried:

nvflash --protectoff

nvflash bios.rom -4 -5 -6

What does this error message mean? Is there a solution for this kind of problem?

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As I'm new to this forum don't really know how to send you the files via PN.

So I attached them as .zip archive.

I tried both files with the same result.

GL104.rom is the unaltered version and

test.rom is the altered version I tried (Just changed the fan speed as a test)

I saved the Bios file with the newest GPU-Z.

But I get the mentioned errorwith both bios files, even with original one

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Bios Files.zip

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It appears to be an issue with nvflash, I suggest trying a different version.

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I finally got a solution for my problem. One can flash the Asus GTX 670 DC Mini with nvflash after the card is updated to the asus UEFI VBIOS via the update Tool from ASUS homepage.

Although the setup checks for an Asus motherboard, there are patched setups available => google

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Hello,

Everything is ready ! Got my modded bios thanks to Svet's VBIOS Tuner. It's not a big OC it's just a small one to discover GPU OC.

570 -> 820 mhz on the core clock, with stock voltage. Nothing fancy, but it is stable 2 hours on 100% GPU load, thanks to OCCT GPU.

I've got the bootable USB that works, and the little bar is blinking, waiting for my fingers to seal the destiny of my GTX570 TF3 !

BUT.

I've seen many many different DOS command and I want to know what is the proper one, please ?

(i've seen nvlfash -4 -5 -6 *****.rom and nvflash --index=1 -5 -6 ********.rom which one is correct ?)

Thank you so much !

PS: yes, i'd rather do it in DOS, personal preference, I'm an old timer ;)

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Hi, i have this same error like deli_gt.

You can see it on screenshot.

is there a safe way to flash this or to awoid this error?

I have lenovo y510p and now im trying to flash first GF on it.post-29434-14494998350069_thumb.png

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SVL7

Some hope for 9xx series Maxell users on the horizon ? :)

Edit: NVM just succeeded to flash my 980 with NVWinFlash_5.196

Now what we need is flashabale BIOS with higher limits and removed Boost....

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You should be able to force the flash with -4 if you get that error, but just don't use this option for usual flashes.

I was checking out instructions on ***. It said to use the -4 -5 -6. Thanks for the tip. I'm new and trying to get rid of the throttling on my titan.

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On 11/9/2013 at 4:48 PM, Winds said:

You shouldn't flash a bios oder Vbios in windows.

just download rufus, choose ms-dos start, format and copy dos bios files on it --- ready.

64bit Windows flashing is pretty dangerous in imho.

Thanks a lot !!

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Hello Guys,

i failed my flash on my 970. i created a bootable usb stick and have nvflash version 5.63. I download an original bios.rom from palit and everytime i use the command nvflash -4 -5 -6 original.rom i get an error in DOS

It Say Firmware image filename must have a *.rom or *.nvr extension

But it is a .rom without space or something else. i tried to rename it o1.rom bios.rom old.rom nothing works. can pls anybody help me.

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