[Fix] AMD VEGA 64 DP 4K Boot Screen Resolution


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Nearly every User with a Vega GPU which use a 4K monitor over the DisplayPort noticed this already...
The screen resolution is fine under Windows and MacOS but is totally at odd during boot (VGA like).
It is a Vega Bios problem in combination with most 4K displays. (Not present with Nvidia GPUs)

The problem does not only affect the Splash Screen but also spreads over the entire boot process until the login screen is reached (Windows and MacOS).

I found a fix for this problem but I can only recommend it to users with Vega 64 reference design dual bios cards,
since you have to do a bios flash to your Vega under Windows.

I am not responsible for any damages !!! It's up to you to check your card, if it has a bios switch or not (only dual bios cards have them) !!!
If anything goes wrong, the dual bios function will save your card from the trash bin!


Always backup your original bios first before flashing the attached rom...

What do you need for this :

AMD/ATI ATIFlash - For backing up your Original Bios and flashing the new rom to your card.
Bios file

I've done the work for you and compressed the file with everything inside, so just download it!

How to :

1) Boot Windows
2) Unpack the download onto your desktop
3) Start ATIWinflash.exe and save your bios rom to your desktop
4) Close the Applikation afterwords
5) Run cmd in "Administrator Mode" - a black command prompt window opens
6) Type : cd %USERPROFILE%\desktop\atiflash
(USERPROFILE has to be changed to your user profile name under Windows)
7) Type: atiwinflash -unlockrom 0
8) Type: atiwinflash -f -p 0 unlock.bin
9) As soon as the flashing process is successful you will get a message saying: Restart System to complete VBIOS Update,
what of course you should do to finish the process.

If everything goes well and your card fits the bios, your Resolution issues should be gone now!


What if something goes wrong?

So you flashed the BIOS and your card doesn't work for one reason or the other?

If your card boots fine but does not work reliably in 3D, or doesn't work at all you can just boot via second Bios turning the switch in a different position.
As soon as you reach Windows desktop turn the switch again in the position the custom rom was flashed and flash back the original BIOS of your card.
(that's why you should always save your BIOS before doing any flashing experiments.)




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If I were to flash this on a card without switchable bios and if it didn’t work could I boot up on internal graphics and reflash with the original bios ?


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Hi there, Thanks for your guide I am struggling some what with the first line it will not change to that directory is there anyway you could upload the bios you have done with the correction on


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All details are already here. Just read and do them...
cd and then type in the path to the folder like already described in the guide.


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I worked it out thank you I think the bios is different on the ASUS strix card as it wouldn’t work with the other bios on


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It didn’t for me i think my card is faulty is crashing in both OS X and Windows so looking for a replacement

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