I have 2 of the same card. The problem is the card itself; not the drivers or the computer (the good card works fine in both computers; bad card doesn't work in either). The bad card will run just fine with the basic bone stock driver installed (or in safe mode). When the amd driver installs the pc crashes and won't boot without safe mode, or swapping gpu's. I essentially got it free since they sent me the replacement that works but just for fun, since there isn't really a risk of loss, I was trying to see if it could be fixed. I flashed the bios with a copy from the good gpu just in case it was corrupt. They both have the same info in the GPU-Z app and had the same bios ect. I've also tossed it into a 375 F oven for 10 mins to see if re-flowing the solder would do anything. I didn't know if there was another bios from a different card to try? Or perhaps it's the vram that's bad if the basic windows driver doesn't access the vram prior to installing the actual driver? Anyway, any thoughts before it gets tossed?