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BIOS PROBLEM MY COMPUTER BIOS TAKE A LONG TIME TO SAVE ANY HARD OR CD ROM ETC I WANT TO GET RID OF THIS PROBLEM PLEASE HELP ME THANKS

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  • hkami_1981 Nov 20, 2008

    BIOS PROBLEM
    my computer bios take a long time to save any hard drive or cd rom
    please send the solution of this problem

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Plz mention your motherboard and BIOS version.

neways try this:
1.go to ur Motherboard manufacture website and search if updated drivers for ur MBD are available, these include GFX, HDD, BIOS
2.Is ur HDD old, rpm-5200? try upgrading
3.If these dosnt help thn contact me

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