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    -----------fix Your Dead 4870-----------

    http://www.techpowerup.com/articles/...ng/vidcard/152

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    im interested to see if this actually works.

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    It did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AriciU View Post
    It did.
    It sure did.

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    worked for me

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    it worked for me, but the whole reason that post came about was because the latest GPU-Z at the time couldn't read the bios properly, so people were flashing their cards with a 64k bios instead of a 128k bios

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    did not wor for me my card is still dead oh well

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    it worked for me the day it was released √++++ for techpowerup

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    I cant get it work at all...i tried all posible combinations of bios reflashed as said and all i get is this picture when reading from gpuz.What else can i do...PLs help
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    Quote Originally Posted by i_am_ugf View Post
    I cant get it work at all...i tried all posible combinations of bios reflashed as said and all i get is this picture when reading from gpuz.What else can i do...PLs help
    Have you tried uninstalling, rebooting in safe mode, running a driver cleaner, rebooting, and reinstalling the driver? It says you've got a "Video Controller (VGA Compatible)" instead of an "ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series". Seems like a driver issue if you're able to get that far.

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