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Downloading bios bootup

Frist and formost I want to thank Joserc10 for solving my other problem.

Im building a computer and I need to download the bios bootup to a floppy.
Where could I find the motherboard diogram, and the download bois setup, for a (MEW-AM) - (ASUS INTEL 810) (DRIVER 80172).

Just so you guys and girls know, I really think this site is great and I'll be telling more of my computer friends about you.

I also would like to help other,

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  • mrhightech22 Oct 28, 2008

    Thanks dcomputerm. That page looks like it will work,

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