|09-21-04, 12:09 AM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2004
5600 Bad Flash
I found someone who was able to fix the same, or I think the same problem, but he posted "Dos Mode>all" Whatever that means. I thought it could mean, the dos program Mode.com > all , but that just pipes the output of mode.com to all..
For those of you who keep say -5 -6, -p -u, or -nm, those are to force it to write even if the chip id's do not match, it however does not force it to flash when it can not find the chip id. I need to tell it to flash whatever lies in the agp port, with no id's. When I run: nvflash -a -o2, or -o3 I can see my voodoo3, but the nvidia card is still missing from the list.
NeIdeas? Thanks in advance.
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