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I have flash Bios ona 200Mhz Pentium machine.  Would I have to buy a new set or would the flash support a Pentium MMX,K6 or 686MX if i just installed it ?  

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Bugging me for a long time.
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beckers012097 earned 200 total points
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Normally yes, but that's not only a bios-problem. You must be able to change the cpu-voltage-outlet on the board, because MMX or K6 need other voltages. What type of board are you using? If you change it some day, choose a brand-board like Tyan or GigaByte (eventually Asus).
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thanks; and i use a compaq custom motherboard.
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