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I need the 686 bios

Hi sir i have a 686series motherboard.sir i need the bios of this board that how can i use this board?

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GO TO THE VENDOR, USED COMPUTER SHOP, 2ND HAND STORE, EBAY.

EBAY MAYBE YOUR FASTIST WAY AND FINDING SOME HELP WITH YOUR PROBLEMS TO AND HELP YOU RESOLVE IT

OR

REPROGRAM THE BIOS
AND OR OPTIONS
UPGRADING BIOS
WWW.ALLELEC.COM
WWW.MIKE@TTITECH.COM
WWW.UNICORE.COM

SOME EPROM PROGRAMMERS

ROD

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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