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What's New in This Release:
Supports LED flashing in S1.
Adds "ACPI function".
Adds "Assign IRQ for VGA".
Adds "Update Y2K CMOS".
Fixes Problem Device (in system info) error in Win98 ACPI mode.
Frequency Spread Spectrum set to Enabled by default.
Adds "Boot From LAN first" to BIOS Feature Setup.
Fixes Panasonic JU-811 ZIP boot problem with it set as "DRIVE A".
Be able to disable onboard FDC to release IRQ6 if both A: an B: are set to "None".
Fixes MS PS/2 KB compatibility problem with Winbond 977ATF/TF/EF.
Supports AGP display in bootblock.
Supports PC_98 in DMI.
Supports Wake_On_Ring in S4.
Fixes hang-up in NT5.0.
"Y2K CMOS Update" setup set to "Enabled" by default.
Improves compatibility with software wavetable for the onboard sound chip.