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How to bypass power connector warning message at boot-up?

Discussion in 'RBE' started by jaredpace, Mar 7, 2010.

  1. jaredpace

    jaredpace New Member

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    Any way to get past the "Warning you have not connected your video cards Pci-E power cables..." message when booting up? I did a bad flash on a 4890, and tried a blind recover. Now the card boots, but it stays at that warning message and won't let me go any further. (I have both 6 pin power connectors connected to the card and have tried reconnecting them and rebooting several times)

    Any way to bypass it, so that I can get back into dos, and flash back to original bios? Can you ground out the EEPROM on these things?
     
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    ah, nevermind I figured it out.
     
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    How did you fix it?
     

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