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What it used for[edit]

the article rake about almost everything except the use of Machine language or Machine Code and who is programing by it .is the compiler programed By Machine Code or part of it ..or Some Part of OS are programed by machine code etc .Salem F (talk) 23:29, 12 October 2009 (UTC) Retrieved from ""

Sorry Salem F I do not quite understand what you are saying here. Were you asking a question? Can you please try saying it with different words? -- (talk) 18:47, 26 October 2009 (UTC)

hd 4870x2 ASIC family problem[edit]

Hi, I have this card working great and I recently bought another one on my system and worked great until I wanted to change the fan speed graphic proper to the utilization meter by modifying the bios with RBE and write it with Atiflash under DOS. The thig is I don't know what I did wrong but I gues I wrote the primary bios on the first grafic and the slave bios on the second. Since then it didn't work. After that I tried to rewrite it back but the ASIC family shows the firs (0) grafic card is primary with slave bios and the second (1) is slave with master bios and it keeps blank.

   When I wrote the bios according to the ASIC family it works but with great artefacts.
   I can port Images with the working card on atiflash advanced info and the fault one as well.
   Has anyone any  ideea what I should do?
  Thanks  — Preceding unsigned comment added by Cetulicea (talkcontribs) 13:36, 26 September 2013 (UTC)