Gigabyte Technology Ga-586S or GA586S Documentation Download

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Supported Models

Ga-586S or GA586S


Gigabyte Technology

Supported Operating Systems

Not Applicable

File Name

Additional Notes

Latest bios for Gigabyte GA-586S ( or GA586S ) with patch to handle hard disk up to 64 GB.

Included Manual , Quick Jumper Settings and FAQ.

All zipped in one file.

Enjoy :)

Uploaded By

fos (DG Member) on 11-Jul-2007

Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
Bios Gigabyte 103.1 KB 11 Jul 2007
Bios Gigabyte 7.8 KB 28 Mar 1996
Bios Gigabyte 131.1 KB 15 May 2005
Manual Gigabyte 1.5 MB 11 Jul 2007
Manual Gigabyte Gigabyte GA-586S/586s.pdf 509.3 KB 10 Jul 2007
Manual Gigabyte Gigabyte GA-586S/GA-586S Motherboard Settings and Configuration.pdf 49.9 KB 11 Jul 2007
Manual Gigabyte Gigabyte GA-586S/Upgrading Your Motherboard with AMDs K6 processor.mht 102.2 KB 10 Jul 2007

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