nVFlash is a small console utility designed for flashing BIOS chips on nVidia graphics cards. BIOS graphics card performs essentially the same function as BIOS on the motherboard: testing of device elements, ensuring compatibility of equipment, application of basic settings, as well as providing an interface for interaction with other computer components.
Updating the BIOS is usually done in rare cases. For example, in case of a video card malfunction or to install official improvements and fixes, or it may be a modified ROM, with patches necessary to overclock the video adapter. Typically, most problems can be solved by simply installing the latest drivers.
The nVFlash program does not have a graphical interface and runs from the command line. To flash the chip, it is advisable to boot from the boot disk or DOS flash drive and only then perform the upgrade procedure.
Attention, everybody! The program is designed for experienced users. Any error may cause the graphics card to break down. Before starting work, read the instructions carefully.