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Hi all,

Could someone point me towards a guide? I've looked across the boards and I've tried Google, however, I'm not sure which one would be best for my computer.

 

My System Specs:

HP-Pavilion AY603AA-ABA HPE-150f

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

Intel Core i7 CPU 860 @ 2.80GHz (8CPUs) ~2.8 GHz

8192 MB RAM

DirectX 11

NVIDIA GeForce GT 230 4076 MB

 

Thanks in advance!

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good lets go

 

back up your data from your HDD

Trun sata setting in bios setting to achi

and tell me name of your board

I used CPU-Z to identify that my motherboard is

Manufacturer: MSI

Model: IONA 1.0

Cipset: Intel DMI Host Bridge Rev. 11

Southbridge: Intel H57

LPCIO: Fintek F71858DG

 

BIOS:

Brand: American Megatrends Inc.

Version: 5.03

Date: 11/12/2009

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I used CPU-Z to identify that my motherboard is

Manufacturer: MSI

Model: IONA 1.0

Cipset: Intel DMI Host Bridge Rev. 11

Southbridge: Intel H57

LPCIO: Fintek F71858DG

 

BIOS:

Brand: American Megatrends Inc.

Version: 5.03

Date: 11/12/2009

 

have you everest

tell me about audio ,lan chipset

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You can check this page out Linky

Thanks jgn1013, however, I have already checked out this guide.

:)

 

have you everest

tell me about audio ,lan chipset

Installing everest and backing up my data to my WD passport.

 

have you everest

tell me about audio ,lan chipset

I have exported my stats into a overview that I will attach.

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