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Grand Admiral Thrawn

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  1. Is this a recurring error or you just got it once? Usually it is a one time temporary issue.
  2. If you get any errors it would be helpful if you say what you got exactly instead of 'or something'.
  3. Did you run the protectoff command? Do it for both detected 690s nvflash --index=1 --protectoff nvflash --index=2 --protectoff
  4. I have resurrected a couple of nvidia cards before with a script that launched at the start of Windows but that was quite a hassle since you had to guess when to press buttons as there was no display during this operation. That will be our last resort that I have tested to be successful. For now though, enter the following command while running nvflash nvflash --list This will give you a list of your GPUs along with index number. Take note of the number next to the output for 690. Now enter this command where letter 'x' is the number of the GPU from the co
  5. @Mark KaineApologies. I should have asked the author to try turning the computer off and on again in the first place. My bad.
  6. But Cease and Desist is Nintendo's trademark so no worries there.
  7. The dism command is supposed to supply files for sfc so it might help if you run the dism first.
  8. Go to both system32 and sysWOW64 folders and check if the mentioned missing file is in any of them. If not, run the following commands. DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth sfc /scannow
  9. Is there any option to validate the files of the installed game?
  10. Delete the extracted folder, extract the executable again. Navigate to the mentioned path through Device Manager and use one of the .inf files. Just like you did in the video, but point it to the .inf file instead of AMD directory.