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    Hi guys!

    Nice Patch...

    Im currently running it, but it doesnt seem to do anything. It shows a 1/2 progress for 1 hour now. Is that ok?

    EDIT: Process Explorer says that there are some nvflash processes running. So thats alright i assume?
    Last edited by abcdeluxe; 09-06-2013 at 09:25 AM.

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    If nvflash is running then it is still flashing. It should not take 1 hour though. Is that a literal 1 hour?
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    2 (real) hours now...

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    OK, there is definately something wrong there. Are you overclocking?

    List full system specs please.
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    edit: win 8 64bit
    i am not overclocking but using lucidlogix virtu mvp (currently switched off)
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    As far as i can see, the uefi program is starting several nvflash processes which do have cpu load and stopping others (wehen 1 starts, another stops), and it is repeatedly writing 8KB blocks somewehere.

    edit: if that helps: monitor is connected via vga to the mb: internal graphics
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    This means it is probably failing to flash. lucidlogix virtu mvp is probably the culprit since you're not overclocking. I have not studied how it works but it's driver may be preventing nvflash from accessing the card properly (I'm assuming it exposes another interface entirely while installed). Try uninstalling it entirely and flash again.

    At this point it's possible that nvflash has managed to corrupt the card's firmware. Good thing you can boot with Intel HD Graphics and repair if that is the case.

    EDIT: A quick google-fu revealed that lucid virtu may cause issues while flashing indeed.
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    But it wont damage my vga if i cancel the flash now?

    edit: should have thought earlier on that...
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    No. Either the card has not been flashed at all or the card has been already incorrectly flashed. In either case you have no option than to cancel it.

    1) Cancel and uninstall Virtu MP.
    2) Reboot.
    3) If card is fine run the tool again, reboot and then reinstall Virtu MP.

    4)If the card is not fine, use your monitor on Intel HD graphics. And try the tool, if it fails, you have to manually restore it to it's original VBIOS with nvflash. If that is the case I will help you do it. No point in writing though if the card is already fine.
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    ok ill try it now...

    edit: flashing now how long should it take?
    Last edited by abcdeluxe; 09-06-2013 at 11:43 AM.

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