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You will have your files on the root directory of the USB flash drive.If you don’t see the flashing utility and your BIOS on the root directory, either A) the USB flash drive is not plugged in the computer, turn off computer reset USB flash drive, or B) you are not using a FAT 16/32 file system on the flash drive.

Everything in our computer has some form of a BIOS/Firmware.

We as overclockers been modifying the video card’s BIOS or using other modified BIOS’ for years now.

You can use just a USB flash drive, but that USB flash drive has to be able to boot into DOS mode, I found it easier just to use a boot-able CD/DVD, and use a USB flash drive, then it is trying to make a USB flash drive DOS boot-able.

A floppy drive (Ribbon type) hooked up and ready to go for just in case if all else fails.

By having this “Back Up” video card will relieve us having to use the ancient floppy drive. In fact my years of flashing and modifying BIOS’ ATI is far easier to flash.

I will be using the “Recommended way of flashing” from the previous page. Make sure your flashing utility BIOS is on the FAT 16/32 formatted USB flash drive, and also you have a working copy of a DOS CD/DVD boot-able disk.

We will be needing some items to ensure this flashing goes smooth as possible.

I like to use a USB flash drive that is formatted to a FAT 32 file system, and a Windows 98 DOS boot disk.

This is what will happen after you once flashed the ATI video card’s BIOS.

Upon reboot, you should see your computer booting up.

If you got an A: prompt, type in C: then hit enter. Now make sure your USB flash drive was plugged in prior to booting into DOS.

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