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BIOS update Dear Sirs, I want to update BIOS for my computer (PIII, 700MHz,MB GA-6BX7+ (2A69KG0EC-0), 256 MB Ram, 32 MB Video) for solving next problems: 1. BIOS don't recognize HDD large 10 GB and out of work 2. For getting the posibility of using processor with frequancy large then 800 MHz I didn't find the solution on the official website Gygabite company and other sites. Some of BIOS versions didn't fit for my system. Can You help me please to solve this problem, please? Versy

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