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I will pay you if you help me fix it. Error 43 even after BIOS Flash! Please Help

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2 hours ago, Muro61 said:

I tried it and I have still the same Issue...

 

13 hours ago, RMTM said:

- If things are still the same, have your GPU card RMA'd already.

 

Hi, 

 

my RX 570 8GB suddenly stopped outputting any kind of Video. It was pretty much dead. First I thought it is an vram issue, but I found out (when starting with the Intel Internel graphics) it is the error 43.

So I flashed the Bios and now I am getting a video output! But there is still an issue. The Image is obviously bad and not correct and I still have the error code 43. Can you please help me to fix it. 

 

It is an XFX RX 570 8GB.

I stil have the orginal BIOS. If someone helps me to fix this problem, I will pay you !!

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may seem simple but, is it properly seated?

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3 minutes ago, NOV654 said:

may seem simple but, is it properly seated?

yes, it is. I build many Pcs, but thats the first time I have this issue

 

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hi, from what i can think, it could be a problem with the gpu itself (could be dying) or the monitor itself could be dying.. i may be wrong, but try another gpu/ monitor, see if that fixes it. Hope this helps!

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48 minutes ago, Matthew_s said:

hi, from what i can think, it could be a problem with the gpu itself (could be dying) or the monitor itself could be dying.. i may be wrong, but try another gpu/ monitor, see if that fixes it. Hope this helps!

Yes, the problem is the Gpu. But I want to repair it…lol

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What does it show in your "Device Manager"?

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32 minutes ago, RMTM said:

What does it show in your "Device Manager"?

Error 43

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What made you decide to try flashing a new BIOS as a solution? Error 43 indicates a driver error, I'd have tried rolling back the drivers (using an iGPU if your CPU has one and completely removing them, then reinstalling a few versions). To see if this resolved the issue.

 

Hardware failure is of course very possible.

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22 hours ago, Muro61 said:

Error 43

- Go to your motheboard's BIOS

- Enable iGPU

- Transfer monitor cable from your GPU card to the the motherboard's video-out

- Reboot your PC

- Uninstall all AMD graphics drivers, softwares and overclocking tools/software

- Shutdown your PC. Turn OFF PSU using back switch.

- Remove your GPU card(from the PCIE slot) and all of its PCIE power cables

- Turn back ON your PSU switch. And turn your PC on.

- Boot normally. Download latest AMD graphics driver for your GPU card.

- Shutdown your PC. Turn OFF PSU switch.

- Plug back your AMD GPU card to the motherboard. Install all PCIE power cables. Do not daisy-chain your PCIE power cables if your card have more than one power connector.

- Transfer monitor cable from motherboard video-out to your gpu card.

- Turn back ON your PSU switch. And turn your PC ON.

- Go to your motherboard's BIOS and disable iGPU. Use PEG or PCIe(if there is no PEG option) as your primary graphics. Save and reboot.

- Check your screen if it's doing the same distorted display. If not, then continue installing your updated and newly downloaded AMD graphics driver.

- If things are still the same, have your GPU card RMA'd already.

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Test it with another AMD GPU and see if the problem persist. If not then follow the troubleshooting steps from RMTM.

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10 hours ago, RMTM said:

- Go to your motheboard's BIOS

- Enable iGPU

- Transfer monitor cable from your GPU card to the the motherboard's video-out

- Reboot your PC

- Uninstall all AMD graphics drivers, softwares and overclocking tools/software

- Shutdown your PC. Turn OFF PSU using back switch.

- Remove your GPU card(from the PCIE slot) and all of its PCIE power cables

- Turn back ON your PSU switch. And turn your PC on.

- Boot normally. Download latest AMD graphics driver for your GPU card.

- Shutdown your PC. Turn OFF PSU switch.

- Plug back your AMD GPU card to the motherboard. Install all PCIE power cables. Do not daisy-chain your PCIE power cables if your card have more than one power connector.

- Transfer monitor cable from motherboard video-out to your gpu card.

- Turn back ON your PSU switch. And turn your PC ON.

- Go to your motherboard's BIOS and disable iGPU. Use PEG or PCIe(if there is no PEG option) as your primary graphics. Save and reboot.

- Check your screen if it's doing the same distorted display. If not, then continue installing your updated and newly downloaded AMD graphics driver.

- If things are still the same, have your GPU card RMA's already.

I tried it and I have still the same Issue...

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7 hours ago, hotp00 said:

Test it with another AMD GPU and see if the problem persist. If not then follow the troubleshooting steps from RMTM.

I don´t have any other AMD Gpu to test with

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Error 43 in practice means you GPU is dying. 

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2 hours ago, Muro61 said:

I tried it and I have still the same Issue...

 

13 hours ago, RMTM said:

- If things are still the same, have your GPU card RMA'd already.

 

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I sold the card for 65€. The struggle to repair it wasn´t worth. Thank you all!

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On 6/5/2022 at 6:03 PM, Muro61 said:

I sold the card for 65€. The struggle to repair it wasn´t worth. Thank you all!

Happy to help.

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