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HD-695X-CNFC wrong bios flashed

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by dsax64, Oct 31, 2011.

  1. dsax64 New Member

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    Hi,

    i have flashed the wrong bios on my card, now there is only a black screen on startup. Managed to get a 550Ti, if its in the first pcie slot i can boot up. Tried flashing the backup back from winatiflash subsystemIDs mismatch error. Tried it from cmd, atiwinflash -unlockrom 1, then atiwinflash -f -p 1 bios.rom, nothing happens. Tried flashing every 2gb xfx bios from Video BIOS Collection, same results. Tried using atiflash, but i got no adapter found error message, tried forcing it, tried every possible switch to get it detected, but nothing. Then i got a PCI vga, i thought maybe in the first pcie slot i can flash it, but the pci card doesn't work when the pcie card is plugged in (cant find any option in the bios to prefer pci over pcie asus p6t deluxe v2). Any ideas?

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    has it not got a dual bios? if it has then just switch to position 2, go into windows and make a copy of the bios from your card's bios position 2 using gpu-z. Now switch the bios to position one without restarting and flash the bios onto position 1.
     
  3. The_good_German

    The_good_German New Member

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    Hi dsax,

    If you do not have the bios switch on your card and your card is non reference card you can still go to the xfx support site and check if they have the stock bios amongst their support files. I think for the 69xx series they have the bios in the file section although you have to register your card to access the support section.

    If the bios is not on there, open a ticket and ask them for the stock bios, once you have a ticket number, give them a day and call. (in order to call technical support you must have a ticket number).

    I called the phone number 909-230-9800 and then pushed through the automated sytem until I got a hold of a tech (was very quick). Then you tell them that you received the card that way and people here in the forum told you to try to flash the stock bios in order to make it work. And usually they sent you the stock bios via email immediately.

    Good Luck
    The good German
     

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