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Bios ? for unlockable Sapphire Toxic 6950

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  1. Compelling New Member

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    Ok, I bought a Sapphire Toxic HD6950 and was one of the unfortunate ones to recieve a card that doesnt unlock! Well, I emailed Sapphire and to my suprise they asked for my SKU# and S/N! I gave it to them last week some time and again to my suprise I recieved an email with the duel Bios for my card in it today. BUT, there in .T44 files which leads to my questions...

    How do I flash the Bios with a .T44 file?
    What is a .T44 File?
    Would I just name it .bin or whatever?
    Also, has anyone else gotten the duel bios for the unlockable Toxic hd6950's or just me?

    I'm looking for help and have no idea if its already been posted! I know of the post with the unlockable cards with the normal 6970 bios but these bios seam differant and I dont want to screw it up, they gave me the 6950 and the 6970 bios so I want to get it right, so could you go into great detail about how to do please and Thank You!

    Newegg has deactivated these cards, I called to see if they were done selling and to my suprise they offered me a refund well after the 30 days was up for dealing with newegg. So if your stuck with a Toxic hd6950 like I was and cant get another for xfire then call and see if you can get a refund as well :)... I went ahead and purchased a HD6990 (muahaha) because im tired of waitin on xfire and I just luckily had the money to get it but I would like to unlock the hd6950 first before installing it to see if I will keep it for another system or go ahead and get my refund!

    To all who answer, Thank You alot in advance, I greatly appreciated! :confused:
     
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    Seriously, nobody knows, are you kidding me...lol! I figured the one place to get an answer would be here but I guess I was wrong, wow!
     
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    It took me all of 5 seconds to google this.

    That is a valid BIOS file. Load it into atiwinflash or RBE and flash away partner.

    What's the problem?
     

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