I am attempting to flash the firmware on my Highpoint Rocket 640L and am encountering "No Adaptor Found!!" messages from the mvf_mag.exe flashing tool. I need to update the Broadcom BIOS to get past the "KP on Wake from Sleep" issue. I am aware that the tool is a 16-bit DOS application so cannot be used from Win7-64 Home. I first tried Win7-32 Home and got "No Adaptor Found!!" when running the go.bat file from the Highpoint website. Next I tried the OSX version of DOSBOX and got exactly the same message. I tried the Win7-64 version of DOSBOX and got the same. The card is certainly working - when I attach SATA3 drives to it I get full SATA3 speeds. I can see the device in the PCI cards system information so I was wondering... Do I need to have a drive attached to the card before I can flash it or is the Mac Pro BIOS somehow protecting the card from being flashed and therefore needs a loaner PC with PCI-E to flash it in? I am speculating that it either comes down to Mac security preventing the flash or something that I am doing wrong. I don't own a PC but the two folks I have approached in my building and a local PC shop have had "older" PCs with the larger PCI slots but no spare PCI-E slots. I don't want to take it in to a shop only to hear the "Sorry sir, we got told No Adaptor Found. Here's your card back and the bill".