Problem flashing video BIOS [ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4670] [SOLVED]ish Hey all, I've been trying to follow the Guide to Video BIOS flashing: http://www.techpowerup.com/articles//overclocking/vidcard/34/5 Okay, I'm trying to "overclock" my video card on my laptop because my manufacturer Asus decided to lock the maximum (is it called "clock"?) I could get to 550/700 MHz. My HD 4670 is supposed to have 675/800 according to Notebookcheck: http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-ATI-Mobility-Radeon-HD-4670.13881.0.html That's why I'm trying to flash the bios: to get at least what the manufacturer designed my card for... otherwise, it's such a waste! My problem arises when I get to the making a bootable USB step. Am I supposed to copy all the individual files onto the root of the USB after formatting it? It asks whether I want to replace some files when I do that... ("When the format is complete copy all files from that ZIP file onto the USB stick.") My question applies to the step after as well. Is the new bios file and flashing tool supposed to be in the root folder as well? When I then try to boot my USB at startup, it tells me that there's been a problem and that I can't boot into the USB. When I press any key, it just boots into Windows as usual. Thanks!