Something is wrong with my Viper Extreme chip...

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Jan 13, 2007
  1. Harsky
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    Member Harsky Madmin

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    With the new Cobra 2.1 bios finally released, I decided to put it on my Viper Extreme to see what's new on it. Sadly, the old computer where I did most of the configuring has gone to the great computer heap in the sky so I decided to flash the bios on my laptop. I plugged in the USB cable into the USB adapter on the chip. It detected it but the difficulty came in trying to install the drivers. I chose to install from a specified place but when I choose the folder the driver is located in, the "OK" button doesn't appear. Where am I going wrong with the installtion?
     
  2. Kyoji

    Member Kyoji ウッーウッーウマ

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    Are you sure you've got all the files necessary in the folder? I don't think it will work without some sort of .inf file. Also, if there are any more directories within that folder, ok will be grayed out.
     
  3. ajjav924

    Member ajjav924 GBAtemp Regular

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    it's not a problem with the solder?
     

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