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I have an AZZA motherboard, Model No PT-61ET with 440EX Pentium II mainboard. The PC system chipset is Intel(R) 82440EX AGPset (82443EX, 82371EB) The Super I/O chipset is Winbond (R) W83977TF The BIOS is Award Modular BIOS v4.51PG Award system BIOS, 128 KBx8 Flash ROM. I have inadvertently flashed the BIOS with a wrong version, due to which the computer won't start. Can you please forward me the latest upgrade of this BIOS so that I can get my computer up and running Please forward the upgrade if possible to sethnafd@rediffmail.com

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