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Kevin Fox

What Do You Feel Is the Best 256k Bios and Why?

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I like M8Plus on 1.0-1.5 because I prefer to not have the boot delay that is caused by the fancier BIOSs accessing a disk configuration file.  The extra customizations aren't useful to me.

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