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ASUS EAH 5570 Silent bad bios flash

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  1. alonan100 New Member

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    I flashed a 4650 bios (just to try it) in my 5570.. My PC can start only when my 5570 is removed.. So I need help to bring my GPU back to life.... :banghead:
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    Hi

    I tell you what you do, but I am not sure. anyway it's work for me


    first step you need to DISABLE your graphic card from Safe mode


    1- Go to Safe mode . Start >> Device management

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    click on Display adapter >>> your card


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    from the photo above
    Go To Driver >>> DISABLE >> Reboot your PC

    Than Your PC will Reboot on normal mod. now you can Flashing your card again with the original BIOS

    I hope you have backup



    Let me know :)
  3. alonan100 New Member

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    Thanks for replying.. The problem is that my PC can`t even start when the GPU is inserted.. I`ll try again later.. :toast:
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    What

    Do you mean there is no video?
    Just black screen ?!
  5. alonan100 New Member

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    Yes.. I tried again now, but nothing..
  6. alonan100 New Member

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    I just saw (in the forum) that some people recovered their GPU by soldering pin 1 and pin 8 on the bios chip.. But I don`t know where the bios chip is exactly in my card.. Can anyone help me??
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    Can you upload photo

    big photo may help to give idea
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    I think I found it.. There is a chip called PM25LV512 (I can hardly read it)
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  10. alonan100 New Member

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    so now what am I supposed to do??
  11. Frogger

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    follow the pdf;) good luck:)
    If your sodering skills arn't that great you could use the "bubble gum" trick on the pins

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  12. alonan100 New Member

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    Thanks very much.. I`ll try later..
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    Um. That... that's just plain dumb. You win the FAIL award of the year.
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  14. alonan100 New Member

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    OMG, I got it to work.. Should I remove the wire before flashing the bios??
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    The problem is solved.. Thanks for your help..
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    What did you do
  17. alonan100 New Member

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    I used a small wire to connect pins 1 and 8.. I placed my 5570 in the PCI-E slot and the PC turned on this time.. I had prepared a usb flash drive to flash the original bios. The card got detected by atiflash. Then I cut the wire and flashed the bios
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    Why did you think it would work in the first place?
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    :toast: next time :slap: don't flash the wrong bios for your card:slap:
    :D:D:D:D:D
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    Hi, i've a Asus HD 5750 which is bricked after oc'ing. i'm trying 1-8 pin method but problem is i can't find bios chip. can anyone help me or provide a datasheet?

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