Updating phoenix awardbios v6 00pg

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You'd need information on your particular motherboard to know whether its BIOS supports that.

(Key feature: 400Hz FSB.) You may not be able to buy a Socket A CPU at retail, because of the age of the platform. I can't say whether such an upgrade would be worth the effort.

System: Operating system: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium(32 bit) Manufacturer: HP-Pavilion Model: GX614AA-ABA a6330f Serial Number: CNH7510Y3L uuid: 80AD3FA886E6591090039E83995C4174 BIOS type: Phoenix - Award BIOS v6.00PG BIOS ID: 10/29/2007-MCP61P-NARRA-00 BIOS sign on: None BIOS date: 20 This computer was originally loaded with Vista. I have a similar situation in that my Sony laptop originally had Vista. I wanted to try virtualization but it was not supported in my Bios. When I updated the Bios I also gained the virtualization capability in Win 7.

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