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Need help please with x800

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by jetblue, Jun 3, 2006.

  1. jetblue New Member

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    hi.. im kind of new to this.. i just got retail sapphire x800 gto card..
    before i flashed it, i verifed everything through ati tools for the strrings and it matched .. heres the problem
    i tried flashing with flashrom which doesn't seem to work at all...
    then i tried atiflash and it seemed like it worked but the monitor will not turn on...
    it doesn't beep or anything..
    also, i edit the bin files where i changed the string to "60" to open all pipes..and saved it in hex editor.. can anyone post their modified 16 pipe bin file with stock clock speeds..
    or maybe someone can help me and tell me what im' doing wrong.
    also, im' running win xp pro sp 2 ep 8rda+ mobo also installed ati cats 6.5..
    1 more thing, i also tried using the techpowerup's bin for for 16 pipes. when i download it i just renamed it to 16pipe...
    thanks in advance.
     
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    Ketxxx Heedless Psychic

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    Sounds like a bad flash. i wrote a vc gude at www.maxitmag.com. sorry im too lazy to post a direct link to it atm its 4am almost :eek:
     
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    After you changed the string to "60", did you opend the saved bios file in rabitt and corect the crc??
     
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    giorgos th. New Member

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    there are so easier ways.....
    why do you mess up with hexes etc etc..
     

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