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Bios hi! I am sorry not speak English well,include a laptop when a flash animation and Asus will not continue. Only when I click involvement F2 button and begins to read bios. Fit when it finds hard disk and end. need help, Bios fit, I tried format hdd .I have a serial mistake with bios or is it mere luck

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