How to install bios?!

nellswynd424

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It's my first update bios. Do I understand correctly? I have a vBIOS in the form of TV341MH.531. To install, I need to rename it and add the extension <.rom>. After those steps i use ATIWinflash, right?
 

Nichrome

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Hi

I do not know where you got this vBIOS from, and whether it's correct for your card. But I would not advise to flash it.
Instead, check with MSI if there's an update for your card as it's different depending on batch: >>How to contact MSI.<<
 

nellswynd424

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This bios version was sent to me by msi russia.

What I sent them: VBios 113-MSITV341MH.531
SN:602-V341-134SB1703005680.
 

flobelix

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We can't comment anything regarding vbios.

Unfortunately we (=moderator staff also just being users) have no access to the documentations and vbios files as of now so are unable to check or provide vbios files.

You will have to contact MSI about anything related to vbios: >>How to contact MSI.<<
 

Excalibu43560626

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We can't comment anything regarding vbios.

Unfortunately we (=moderator staff also just being users) have no access to the documentations and vbios files as of now so are unable to check or provide vbios files.

You will have to contact MSI about anything related to vbios: >>How to contact MSI.<<
Just be very careful not to brick your video card I've been there and done it and it was in my MSI Leopard GP73 laptop lost my Nvidia GTX 1060 and only had intel Graphics left. Thank god my lucky stars i had a little of computer programming knowledge along with being able to track down the original VBIOS for the GTX1060 and knowing how to reflash the Nvidia portion of the system recovering the onboard video card. It`s not an easy feat to do very tricky because depending on how bad the flash was your videocard it can sometimes try to reject a reflash. It took me 2-3 reflash attempts before it worked. I now have a MSI GP75 Leopard Core i7-10750H / 16GB DDR4 RAM / 512GB NVME SSD / Nvidia RTX2060 6BGB VRAM and learned my lesson. Less hassle just to leave the Vbios alone unless your 100% positive you have the right bios and instructed specifically by an MSI Technician to upgrade. I have both machines now i was able to fix my GP73 Leopard. If anyone out there needs the original Vbios .ROM for the GP73 Leopard just let me know.
 
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