A while back I bought a Powercolor 9250 tha came programmed with a custom BIOS. Since the card was a little over twice the regular going rate for the 9250 at the time, I backed that BIOS up and then began to use the card. After a several months of regular usage, some big storms in the area took out the surge protector that system was connected to, and toasted the motherboard, video card and monitor (stinking surge protector). What I would like to do at this point is to upload the BIOS I backed up onto another Powercolor 9250 that I bought locally. The only difference between the boards is that the original board was a PCB revision 1.4 and my replacement is version 1.3. However, when I tried to flash the old BIOS onto the new board, the system will not boot. Knowing the BIOS is somehow incorrect, I was wondering if it was possible to lock a BIOS so that it would be difficult to copy it from one card to another? I'm pretty sure from a visual inspection of the boards that there aren't any "hard-mods", so that only leaves me with working with this BIOS file right? Thanks for any input you guys may have!