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Imedia 1414 hi can i get better motherboard to replace ms 6786 for packard bell imedia 1414 as i am running xp and would like to upgrade to windows 7 as windows 7 upgrade assistant advised i would have to upgrade look foreward to hearing from you kind regards Neil Stewart

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Would upgrade to better board first jim

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