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New AMD Flash-Tool 3.04+ for the work with the Red BIOS Editor (RBE)

Until now it was not possible to flash a Radeon RX 5600 XT with the older tool amdvbflash.exe in version 2.93, but the new tool with version 3.04 (from the depths of the internet) now also fixes this disadvantage. The RBE is now fully usable again for the RX 5600 XT, but of course only within the scope of what we list in the terms of use (disclaimer), which the user must ultimately agree to. Flashing with the RBE is only experimental in nature and will void the warranty if used improperly!

Installation under Windows and Special Features

The Windows package contains two files, the actual flash tool amdvbflash.exe and a file with the name insttool64.exe. If there is no suitable AMD graphics driver on the system and the flash tool therefore refuses to work, this file must first be called once.

The range of command line commands and parameters has increased once again, but we would like to point out explicitly that almost everything is intended for application purposes only, which are not required for flashing the experimental BIOSes created with the RBE. This is where the layman should definitely leave it alone. The article about the RBE explains how to use the tool and the required command input in detail and with pictures. This would go beyond the scope of this news in detail.

Linux-Version

For specialists and friends of the penguin, the download list in the article on the MorePowerTool and the RBE now also includes a Linux version of the Flash tool. So it is possible to first create the desired BIOS on any Windows PC and then flash and use it under Linux.

MorePowerTool und RBE (Download at page 3)

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