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Looking for Asus 4870 Original Bios?

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  1. ~Ghost~ New Member

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    I downloaded a new Bio's version from Asus site. Little did i know to check the version's let alone make a back up copy.

    So here i am with a $320 dollar paper weight.

    I've tried all of the ones in the database!!!

    What I'm looking for is the original bios for

    Asus EAH 4870 (RV770)

    Bios s/n 88C0A1A93961

    I'm looking for the original with factory settings.

    ~ How You Can Help ~

    If you have the correct asus card and version,

    (the s/n will be on a sticker, on the box it came in and or the graphics card itself)
    (my s/n 88C0A1A93961)

    download GPU-Z Tool

    http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads/SysInfo/GPU-Z/

    make sure it's selected the right graphics card.

    Run it, middle screen right side there is a little button, save the bin file to desktop.

    Email it to

    highlanddrummer_91@hotmail.com

    Thank You Very Much
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    Here something interesting
    My 4870 will start up then it will shut off and the mobo won't go to post,
    But when I put the other PCI-E graphics card in the 1st slot, the 4870 in 2nd slot fan will keep spinning?

    any idea's why this happens?

    Both Cards show up in GPU-Z, and in Vista Device Manager
    When i boot it from atiflash off a usb stick it goes through everything, tells me all the changes etc, and then ends with the Restart Message.

    But when i switch the cards and put the 4870 in the 1st slot, all it does is spin for a few seconds and stop. Which in turn just leaves me with a heat sink getting hotter and hotter.
    The self diagnostic Led display flashes on start up with the 3 led's as normal.
    In order 1,3,4

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