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if you look the picture like that, it's the one on the lower right !

the pins 4 and 5 are those at the top

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if you look the picture like that, it's the one on the lower right !

the pins 4 and 5 are those at the top


Oh , but I think I need to send it for replacement as there is no more display from that card. But I will try it again .

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Nothing happening, I don't think the card is blown as the heat on the card feels normal nothing hot.

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you shouldn't boot on your HD 6770, but on your Integrated graphics card (VGA or DVI) with your HD 6770 in ! You understand what i mean ?

config your motherboard BIOS to boot on you VGA card, do the trick, put your HD 6770 in your motherboard, boot your PC on your VGA card, choice to boot on your USB key, tape the command : atiflash -i to see if your HD 6770 is detected (if the trick was done well, then you do see your graphics card info).

if it's detected well, just remove the adhesive tape and the wile and then reflash your graphics card with the commande atiflash -p 0 yourbios.rom or atiflash -p -f 0 yourbios.rom to forcing the flashing !

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you shouldn't boot on your HD 6770, but on your Integrated graphics card (VGA or DVI) with your HD 6770 in ! You understand what i mean ?

config your motherboard BIOS to boot on you VGA card, do the trick, put your HD 6770 in your motherboard, boot your PC on your VGA card, choice to boot on your USB key, tape the command : atiflash -i to see if your HD 6770 is detected (if the trick was done well, then you do see your graphics card info).

if it's detected well, just remove the adhesive tape and the wile and then reflash your graphics card with the commande atiflash -p 0 yourbios.rom or atiflash -p -f 0 yourbios.rom to forcing the flashing !


I have done exactly that , atiflash does not detect it. As to the no-display thing , I just wanted to check if the card still gives out any display after trying to reflash it. The card does not get detected. I may need to try it on using a PCI card in the other slot or send it for replacement which they may or may not do.

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why do I feel that we are so close to solving the problem? :D

ok try it with a PCI card ! ;)

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why do I feel that we are so close to solving the problem? :D

ok try it with a PCI card ! ;)


Yep that would be tomorrow could try it on one of the office systems :). Keep ya posted.

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uh...just a little thing ! :)

what version's your atiflash ?

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what version's your atiflash ?


I have two of them 3.95 and 3.99.

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and with the both, no change ?

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and with the both, no change ?


Nope.

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I got around 4 different PCI display cards from the office , so will try the reset tomorrow and update.

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Good luck ! :)

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Tried it but nothing, I just feel that I need to send it for replacement , or maybe that is not the eeprom , it could be the other ones.

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i don't think that it could working, because the bios is locked, even in using a pci card ! :(

i think the only option is to unlocked the bios, if you or someone around you cant' do it, so use the guarantee or buy another one ! :(

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i think the only option is to unlocked the bios, if you or someone around you cant' do it, so use the guarantee or buy another one ! :(


I am sending it for replacement today , or maybe just pick up the 6850.

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Not yet sent the card for replacement, I am thinking of doing a blind reflash

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:gun:

:)



Good luck ! ;)

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No luck, so sending it for replacement.





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