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Old 10-01-2011, 03:35 PM
markus44uk markus44uk is offline
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Default Re: Here goes nothing - Bye Bye XP, hello Win7

It was whatever BIOS was available in summer of 2010...how do I check which BIOS I have...I can't get the boot screen to freeze long enough to read the version
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