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ASUS V8460 Ultra 128M Rev 1.00 with VGA DVI TV-out PC Card FLASHED for Mac OS 9

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DieHard:
I doubt the MB has anything to do with flashing at all; the trick when flashing is to NOT load any high memory DOS drivers at all; if you boot dos in "Protected mode" (highmem.sys loaded or emm386 loaded) many times cards/BIOS will NOT flash. loading with a limited config.sys (files and buffers only) will make most MBs act identical.

As stated above

--- Quote ---Step Three: Put AGP card in a PC, Boot to DOS (with no high memory drivers) and run flash command
a:\>nvflash -5 -6 file.rom (replace file.rom with the name of your file)[Enter]
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Protools5LEGuy:
On eBay now: http://www.ebay.com/itm/ASUS-V8460ULTRA-DELUXE-N-128M-A-AGP-DVI-VGA-TV-Rev-1-00-128MB-Gamers-Video-Card-/331922181022?ssPageName=ADME:B:SS:ES:3160

kwiatki75:
Hi
I have only MDD and G5 powermacs , and PCI and AGP cards.
Is this possibility to flash Gf4ti 4600 directly on MAC?

DieHard:

--- Quote from: kwiatki75 on March 28, 2019, 02:07:19 AM ---Hi
I have only MDD and G5 powermacs , and PCI and AGP cards.
Is this possibility to flash Gf4ti 4600 directly on MAC?

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Luke, this is a question for Vader since he has the flash force...

kwiatki75:
any help?

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