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REQUEST UPDATE FROM DEW ASSOCIATES....on how to delete the !!! from the PCI Bus and Universal Bus items in Device
Manager.  This involves some procedure to updating the BIOS on the Motherboard.  Request step by step procedure in plain language.... Thanks,  Dennis, I appreciated your follow up comments to my original question......Doug
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Doug: Go back to the original question and look at the response I left for you. You didn't need to re-post, I'll stay with you until it's resolved. At the other ? I have already set out the entire procedure for you step by step.
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