All hardware devices are controlled by inbuilt software that is called firmware which requires occasional update provided by the hardware vendor just like every other software does. In the case of a Graphics Card Adapter, the software is stored in a non-volatile memory called the BIOS. Upgrading the BIOS refers to updating the firmware of the Graphic Card. This application provides the latest BIOS upgrade for NVIDIA-based adapters.
The software does a quick job in flashing the current bios with an upgraded version. However, if you encountered a problem along the way, do not restart the computer as this may render the graphics card unusable. Just restore the backup of the bios you have created initially.
This application is a command-line utility that operates in DOS environment. But foremost, make a backup of your existing BIOS so you can have something to fall back to when things get awry along the way. To run the application, boot your computer to DOS mode and type the command “nvflash -b” and press enter.
If you own an NVIDIA card, this application that helps you upscale its performance.
nVFlash is licensed as freeware for PC or laptop with Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It is in video tweak category and is available to all software users as a free download.