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IS THERE A WAY TO UPGRADE CMOS SETUP FOR 386/25 EVEREX TEMPO
TO INCLUDE A AUTO DETECT C:DRIVE?
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gward28 earned 400 total points
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There are several products for bios upgrade american megatrends
makes bios isa cards for most bios types these are $15-$30 and they auto detect hard drives up to 7gig.these are perfect for 386 0r 486 computers that there bios does not accept over 540meg
hard drives.
 or contact the makers of your bios they might have an upgrade
version.
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IS THERE A PROGRAM DOWNLOADABLE THATS FREE?
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try this page www.ping.be/bios/faq.html
But Ithink your bios isn't flashable .sorry !
this page will give you more info.good luck :~)
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