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Flash bios "error 0fl01" data not erased?help!!!

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by HisRadeon9000, Aug 9, 2005.

  1. HisRadeon9000 New Member

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    serial rom
    bios deviceid =0x4150
    asIc deviceid =0x4153
    existing memcfg = 0x2940
    new memcfg = 0x2940
    existing ssid = 0x0002
    new ssid = 0x4150
    existing blos p/n =rv 350lx mbga board
    new blos p/n =ravdeon 9600 seris 4mx32 ddrvg
    flash type = sst25vfxxxx/c
    error ; data not erased
    error   ofc01 : press 1 co continue

    data not erased
    error ofc01 : press 1 to continue

    ???all I have tried -f -sst and atmel, still doesn't work,,,
    I wanna to dieeeee.. :mad: :mad: :confused: :confused: :mad: :confused:

    help help please.......

    thanks

    beginer of flashing bios :)
     
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    Did you use this as your command line... "atiflash/flashrom -f -p 0 bios.bin" ?

    I didn't know what flashrom you used so where it says atiflash/flashrom it could be either one, and where it says bios its the name of the bios you flashed with. Also, makesure that the name of the bios is less than 8 characters long.

    -Dan
     
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    Hi Djbbenn
    Yes I use the command line,and try flashrom -f -sst -atmel -p 0 bios.bin
    ... I did try every command as I can and same problem,the bios name is crorrect
    "bios" only 4 characters, I use "flashrom -l" to check it says "Locked"not unlock
    it that problem here?
    thanks
     
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  4. hitu New Member

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    use atiflash
    Code:
    atiflash -f -p 0 xxx.bin -sst
     
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