NAGD, where are you??

NewBlackDak

NewBlackDak

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#1
Did you ever get a BOIS from an SE? Did you flash your card with it? Lemme know something. Thanx.

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Who made that man a gunner.
I did sir, he's my cousin.
Who is he?
He's an Asshole sir.
I know that, what's his name?
That is his name sir, Asshole, Major Asshole.
And his cousin?
He's an Asshole too sir. Gunners Mate First Class Phllip Asshole
 
NewBlackDak

NewBlackDak

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#3
I think they're afraid to do it. They must not know that you can pull the BIOS ROM from the chip without actually altering it. I wish someone would hurry up and do it already.

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Who made that man a gunner.
I did sir, he's my cousin.
Who is he?
He's an Asshole sir.
I know that, what's his name?
That is his name sir, Asshole, Major Asshole.
And his cousin?
He's an Asshole too sir. Gunners Mate First Class Phllip Asshole
 
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Kevin930

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#4
Hey, I flashed my LE to a DDR at 166/166 - is there a way to get back the old BIOS? I think it saved it to disk...
 
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Kevin930

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#6
Well, it seems to work OK, but when I run the 3DMark2001 benchmark in loop mode, I get a BSOD in Win2k after a few minutes. I think it might be getting too hot. I got a small fan for the video card, but that didn't help. I thought I could try to flash it back to an LE and see if that fixes the problem. Maybe it is a driver issue, or something with 3DMark...but then again, 3DMark benchmark runs OK if I run it only once. That's why I think it might be a heat problem...
 

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