GF4 Ti4200 Bios flashing problem

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by valicu2000, Sep 13, 2003.

  1. valicu2000

    valicu2000 Guest

    I've got this INNO3D TORNADO GF4TI4200 and I just can't flash it's bios. I got "nvflash 1.41" and the .rom file (made with xBIOS editor)...I started my pc using a boot diskette and run the nvflash -f file.rom. The problem is that it can't find the vga card ("No NV display adapters found"). Someone told me that in the mobo's BIOS I must activate the option "assign IRQ for VGA"...but, hell, my mobo (Shuttle AN35N ULTRA, nFORCE 2 ULTRA 400) doesn't have this option...older mobo's still have it. What's the clue?
  2. LeeJend

    LeeJend Moderator

    Fort Worth, TX
    Have you checked the manufacturers web site for a flash utility. They may have disabled flashing from the generic nvidia stuff.

    Some manufacturers frown on people messing with their boards. it increases warantee expenses.
  3. valicu2000

    valicu2000 Guest

    The fact is that I've tested the board on a friend's PC with a mobo manufactured by ASUS (A7V8X) and it worked....
  4. Ignis

    Ignis Guest

    where do i can find bios upgrades for my MSI TI4200 128Mb AGP 8x?

    thanks =)
  5. MSI TI4200 128Mb AGP 8x? I as well would like to know I tryed msi live update but it dosnt seem to work:(
  6. Cosmin

    Cosmin Graphic Designer

    On the MSI Official Site ..
  7. valicu2000

    valicu2000 Guest

    If you know more about overclocking U can use Ray Adam's "X-BIOS" or "nvidia bios editor". U cand edit your bios and GPU\G-RAM frequencies...and you'll have your card overclocked for good. U don't need anymore of GeForceTweak or some other programs that can temporarily overclock your G-card.