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Flashing an ATI9250 Powercolor?- help

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I'm a relative newbie when it comes to whats inside a mac, (I'm ok[ish] driving one but generally they're nice new maching my work buy and need no tinkering!!)
However, I have embarked on ressurecting an old G4 Digital Audio 466 that was due for the scrap heap at my work. I have an ATI 9250 graphics card that I'd like to use in it, but I don't know the first thing about flashing the card! Could anyone offer any advise?

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