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Kta pro v1.0 bios problem

Have found kta-f1s.bin and ktaprob2.bin bios files but they are too old.
Have athlon 1700+ XP and still shows athlon 1400 in bios.
I know that this is real frequency of cpu but i want to se on startup ATHLON 1700+ XP.
Need lucky star kta pro v1.0 bios (more recent then above).
For support athlon xp models (the motherboard supports cpu to ATHLON 2000+ XP).

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