Someone over on a Dutch forum was so kind to give me his 2400 Pro AGP for free to use in my HTPC to be. Only problem is, the card's pretty dead. He tried to flash it with lower clocks and lower fanspeeds in order to use it in his own HTPC. It's a Club3D and it's loud! and hot! so lowering the clocks was necessary to put it to good use. But the flash failed and now it just gives a blank screen. I've been at it all day using a PCI-card but I can't bring it back to life. Here's a picture of what Atiflash's information (-ai 0) looks like: I've tried all the switches: With the -mi switch I should get the SSID but it says "invalid pc bios" So it seems the card has no or an invalid bios and it won't accept a new one, not even the original one that the other guy saved to file, not with all the bypass switches. Tried with Ati winflash but it just completely hangs the system. Windows sees a "VGA controller" or something along those lines, I've tried force-installing the catalyst drivers (bad idea ) resulted in a reboot and a windows reinstall. I've found someone with a similar situation over @ XS, he never got it fixed either (well he got a new one from RMA). Is this one ever gonna fly again?