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Posted by Victor Machovec on July 30, 2003 at 00:09:08:

I have a gigabyte ga-6bxc motherboard with a celeron 1.2 ghz. chip that I installed using a powerleap adapter. Just before installing the power leap adapter and the celeron chip I flashed the bios with a newer version bios. The problem I am having is that when I upgraded my proccesor using the power leap adapter the only way I could get the adapter and celeron chip to run on my ga-6bxc was to flash the bios again with a different bios upgrade that I got fron tech support at power leap. Now I would like to add a larger hard drive to my computer but do not know how large or how fast a one I can add. I have already e-mailed tech support at power leap to ask about the size and speed of a hard drive and the response did not help me at all. The only thing they did tell me is that they had gotten the bios from someone else and could not give me the full details of the bios upgrade.
The first bios upgrade I used was ( 6bxc.4fc). The one I recieved from tech support at power leap was ( mr_6bxc_beta). If someone could help me that would be really great.

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