I need a VBIOS that supports UEFI GOP and UEFI CSM disabled for my HD5670 512MB GDDR5 PCIe from Sapphire.
bios P/N: 113-E152DP-018
I found this tool (v1) that worked for me to insert UEFI support into the original VBIOS!
Asus EAH6450 Video BIOS UEFI GOP Upgrade (And GOP UEFI binary in .efi for many ATI cards) - Page 7 - Developers Corner -…
After a cold reboot the card is bricked. Atiflash and ati-win-flash both do not recognize the card being present in the system at all.
Is there another way to overwrite the VBIOS back to original? I have made a backup of the rom of course.
GV-R667D3-2GI/F1 bricked my his 6670 isilence 5,I unplug my his 6670 isilence 5,set UEFI to iGFX,plug my his 6670 isilence 5,Atiflash and ati-win-flash both do recognize the card being present in the system,I flashed it and it works.
G:\atiflash>AtiFlash -p -f 0 Turks.rom
Old SSID: 2557
New SSID: 2012
Old DeviceID: 6758
New DeviceID: 6758
Old Product Name: GV-R667D3-2GI/F1
New Product Name: TURKS XT 1G/128B DDR3 DLDVI-D/VGA/HDMI 800E/800M
Old BIOS Version: 013.012.000.040.000000
New BIOS Version: 013.012.000.009.039844
Flash type: M25P10/c
20000/20000h bytes programmed
20000/20000h bytes verified
Restart System To Complete VBIOS Update.
I tried to update the VBIOS on my Asus HD7950 because there was an update actually available for it. Once I tried the tool accepted that I had Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. However, the tool kept stating my I did not have a card which would support the update. I later found out the update was for Windows 8.1 Quick Boot. Well, after two days of trying and researching I found that Asus made a mistake on this card and others offering this update. My PC boots up super fast anyhow. So I don't really need it. And, the little dip switch on the HD7950 made no difference. I am happy I did not go for another flash tool. Because my card does NOT support the Quick Start feature anyhow. Just saying...
AMD and Nvidia GOP update (No requests, DIY)
Confirmed,this UEFI VBIOS works,but it does not boot when I am using Secure Boot restore UEFI BIOS settings to default
Confirmed,it does not accelerate in UEFI BIOS.
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