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Bios would there be any difference in bios from an american version to an aus version??

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The BIOS source can answer that, but first you will need to know who that is. In case you have not ferreted that out, download this system profiler, it will provide you with a wealth of info about your system and is freeware for personal use:
http://www.belarc.com/free_download.html
It does require Internet Explorer since the pages are presented in HTML. Once you know who did the BIOS, check their site for the version number of BIOS that Belarc Advisor has found.  

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