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    Default G73JH vbios, bios, help

    What is the stable/recommended vbios, bios, catalyst for G73JH?

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    Default Re: G73JH vbios, bios, help

    Use chastity's vBios or the 93 vBios from asus and any drivers, bios should be 213.
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    Default Re: G73JH vbios, bios, help

    213 is the latest but I use 211 and it runs fine.

    Always try and search before posting there are ton of threads regarding the JH bios and the issues that people have faced with them.

    Just googling it gave me all these from this forum

    Chastity has links for the best vBIOS - HERE

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    How to Fix Your GSOD Blues

    For those of you who already have a bootable USB Flash Drive then you will want to extract the atiflash.exe, BR3852.001, and Vflash.bat files to this drive. Now you are ready to wave bye bye to the GSOD blues.

    1. Insert your bootable USB flash drive with the 93vBIOSa.rar contents extracted on to it.

    I don't get it, do I only extract atiflash.exe, BR3852.001, and Vflash.bat to my usb drive or extract everything in it to my USB drive? I want to use Charisty vbios, so what files would I need?

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    Default Re: G73JH vbios, bios, help

    Quote Originally Posted by rycegaming View Post
    How to Fix Your GSOD Blues

    For those of you who already have a bootable USB Flash Drive then you will want to extract the atiflash.exe, BR3852.001, and Vflash.bat files to this drive. Now you are ready to wave bye bye to the GSOD blues.

    1. Insert your bootable USB flash drive with the 93vBIOSa.rar contents extracted on to it.

    I don't get it, do I only extract atiflash.exe, BR3852.001, and Vflash.bat to my usb drive or extract everything in it to my USB drive?
    Exactly as it says - extract the contents of the 93vBIOSa.rar to your USB flash drive.

    If you have not flashed before then it is not something I would recommend to you unless you know exactly what you are doing. Others may say otherwise but you cant comment until you have had a bad flash from no fault of your own and are left without your most precious gaming masterpiece until its fixed.

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    Default Re: G73JH vbios, bios, help

    I'm trying to create a bootable USB flash drive using the HPUSBDisk, but why can't I select anything in it? Nvm, the usb was loose.

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    Default Re: G73JH vbios, bios, help

    I think I successfully flash my vbios but how do I check my vbios version ?

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    Default Re: G73JH vbios, bios, help

    What to do with your new G73JH

    This will tell you how to check your vBios version.
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    Default Re: G73JH vbios, bios, help

    Quote Originally Posted by rycegaming View Post
    I think I successfully flash my vbios but how do I check my vbios version ?
    You can boot to the BIOS ala F2 and get the vBIOS version, or use a tool like HWINFO32 or GPU-Z.


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