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Me sp 6050 has got bad bio

Iv tried changing ram an harddrive an reloading windows but it dont seem to work how can i get it working please help cause i need it for me work

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  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    BIOS clips are a seperate item and usually available as a separate part from the manufactor or
    I have see a website that sells only BIOS chips also. 
    When you reloaded the windows , it went through the whole process? 
    You cannot get to the BIOS screen?

  • LaptopsPlus May 11, 2010

    What doesnt work?

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Chek to see if the ram and harddrive is compatibile for your laptop, check the speed of your hard disk 

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