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Old Preamod bios and vbios for dual 980m's


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I had a np9377/p377sm-a it caught on fire I found an old new stock one on ebay but it has bios ive never heard of I would really like preamod bios but if not where can I get better bios these bios in it now are slowing it down. thanks I am from notebookreview

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Like razor said, extract old bios via chip programmer and flash it to the new old stock or desolder/resolder the BIOS chip manually from the older model to the newer model.



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