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CHASIS TEMPERED I HAVE TRIED ALL THE SOLUTION FOR THIS PROBLEM BIOS DONT HAVE OPTION TO DISABLE CHASIS OR NO SECURITY OPTION PLEASE I HAVE STRUGGLE NOW FOR 3 WEEKS TO SOLVE THIS

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PUCH UP THE FOMATTRE TELL IT 1. 4. 2. C. THEN IT WILL B OK!!!!!

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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