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Abit be-6 II with PIII-1000 (coppermine) doesnt boot(bios ver. beh70=latest)

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Hello seany187,

What I'm doing since your system doesn't want to download from Abit, is creating a zip file with all the drives, manuals, utilities and bios updates for both XP, XP64, Vista, and Vista 64, since I don't what OS your on, and you will be able to download them from this private site HERE. And because the files are so large, I split them into, I'll post the second one as in a comment as soon as it's completely up on the site.. You shouldn't have any problems with these downloads, unless you have your IE settings to high.


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Stay tuned for the second file!

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SOURCE: bios is not working properly

reset the bios how can you reset the bios open the cover the following instruction and there is a jumper convert into the second jumper then it will be reset

Posted on Apr 09, 2009

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