Yeah, I know.. another 3600 problem.. I've read all about it now AFTER I flashed my card. Anyways, I have this little card: http://powercolor.com/Global/products_features.asp?ProductID=1747 It's a great little fanless card, but one thing annoyed me a lot. It has no powersaving modes at all, so it runs at 725/400 all the time. Not at all what I expected from a fanless card. So I decided to mod the clocks a little, something I've done lots of times with ~10 other cards. A few of the 4870 cards have probably been flashed 30+ times each. Never had any major problems (even though a few aborted flashes have required a little extra effort to get re-flashed.) So, modded with RBE v1.21 (a good few weeks ago), flashed using Atiwinflash 2017 and rebooted. Drivers didn't load, no prob, uninstalled drivers and ccc, rebooted. Drivers wont install, since they dont recognize the card. Manual install of drivers worked fine, manual install of CCC worked fine. However, CCC wont load since it claims there are no compatible cards installed. (Add a few weeks of trying automatic and manual driver cleaning and so on here) So after practically giving up on this I decided to flash back to the origianl bios, however that did not solve the problem. The drivers still wont recognize the card and manual install results in the same CCC problem where it wont load. After reading up on this problem, I see a lot about device ID's changing. But since I didn't really write down the original ID's, I dont know whether this is the case. Device manager reports the card as this: PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_9598&SUBSYS_22541787&REV_00\4&13D46659&0&0020 From what I can see; -Vendor is correct -Device id is correct (at least 9598 is one of 4? possible ids for 3650) -Subsys is atleast paritally correct. 1787 is correct for powercolor, but I have found nothing about 2254 on the web. -The rest of the string I have no idea about. I have attached both the original bios and the modified bios. I have verified that the original bios is indeed the one on the card now. Is there any hope of restoring this card to its original function, or better?