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    Revo 64 Problems

    Hi

    I accidentally disabled the onboard bios on my brand new revo 64

    Now my mainboard wont pick up the revo card and therefore refuses to boot off it. The website at www.netcell.com appears to be down completely. I can apparently re-enable the onboard bios with a floppy disk, just wondering if anyone had a copy of this floppy disk, or the program needed to make one?

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    d3viant

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    Its "hidden" on the install CD.. shout if you dont have it on yours and mail me at USERNAME@hotMALE.com and I'll send it U
    Last edited by Methanoid; 05-07-2006 at 10:41 PM.

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    Thanks, I am away from home right now - will check the cd when I get back.

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    Another issue to be aware of is the Maxtor / Revo problem (see my other post)

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