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Are you going to answer the Question...RE: K6-2-300 Gigabyte AGP motherboards.. all you have to do is submit the answer and claim the points
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uilleann earned 20 total points
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Nice to know the problem is solved, what did they all do wrong?
Thanx for this post, already forgot about it :)
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It apears to be the BIOS setting... as its the only possiblility which could account for the problems... they substituted for everything..... still goofed!!!.... we're intending purchase another k6-2-300 computer ........ the first one was sent back for a refund....

BTW you have to answer the original question to claim the points...
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Q.10092521
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