Just to let everyone know, I actually changed the fan speeds and a couple of of the temperature related item using Nibitor and flashed the 295's BIOS using the latest nVflash 5.95, right from windows. There is so much confusion about how to use the commands that it's virtually incomprehensible for anyone not at least familiar with nV flash, which I was not. For a Basic flash, to help anyone doing the same thing, the command is simply:
nvflash biosname.rom <--and that loads the bios.
Or for those unfamiliar with cmd, navigate to the nvflash directory, and then the same as above.:
Don;t worry about any of the other switches you might see because, unless you're having problems flashing, that's all you need.
Also, Microsoft now has as a free download a tool that will make any DVD or USB drive bootable with any ISO image. So you would create an ISO with whatever files you want on the boot disk, run the MS utility, and you're done. You have to have an ISO because the tool was designed to allow the Win7 ISO to be burned to a bootable DVD or copied to a USB. However, you do not need the Win7 ISO. You can make any ISO you want and use the tool on it.