BIOS

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BIOS (basic input/output system) is a firmware system which runs all modern computers. It initiates during the booting of the computer, and is responsible for initializing the computer's hardware, selecting an operating system, and starting that system.[1] Additionally, if the GUI operating system encounters a serious problem which results is what is called a "hard stop error," the computer will usually revert to the BIOS to display an error message. This kind of message is displayed as white text on a blue background, and had become known as the "Blue Screen of Death" or simply a "Blue Screen."


Prescient Quotes on Bios Level Surveillance

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