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All CMOS setup utilities come with menu items that are for the most part no longer needed, but no one wants to remove PnP/PCI is a perfect example Plug and play (PnP) is how devices automatically work when you snap them into your PC PCI is a type of slot used for cards Odds are very good you ll never deal with this screen (Figure 523)
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And the Rest of the CMOS Settings
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The other options on the main menu of an Award CMOS do not have their own screens Rather, these simply have small dialog boxes that pop up, usually with Are you sure messages The Load Fail-Safe/Optimized defaults options keep you from having to Figure 523 PnP/PCI memorize all of those weird settings you ll never touch Fail-Safe sets everything to very simple settings you might occasionally use this setting when very low-level problems like freeze-ups occur, and you ve checked more obvious areas first Optimized sets the CMOS to the best possible speed/stability for the system You would use this option after tampering with the CMOS too much when you need to put it back like it was! Many CMOS setup programs enable you to set a password in CMOS to force the user to enter a password every time the system boots Don t confuse this with the Windows logon password This CMOS password shows up at boot, long before Windows even starts to load Figure 524 shows a typical CMOS password prompt Some CMOS setup utilities enable you to create two passwords: one for boot and another for accessing the CMOS setup program This extra password just for entering CMOS setup is a godsend for places such as schools where non-techs tend to wreak havoc in areas (like CMOS) that they should not access!
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5: BIOS and CMOS
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Of course, all CMOS setups provide some method to Save and Exit or to Exit Without Saving Use these as needed for your situation Exit Without Saving is particularly nice for those folks who want to poke around the CMOS setup utility but don t want to mess anything up Use it! The CMOS setup utility would meet all the needs of a modern system for BIOS if manufacturers would just stop creating new devices That s not going to happen, of course, so let s turn now to devices that need to have BIOS loaded from elsewhere
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Option ROM and Device Drivers
Every piece of hardware in your computer needs some kind of programming that tells the CPU how to talk to that device When IBM invented the PC more than a quarter century ago, they couldn t possibly have included all the necessary BIOS routines for every conceivable piece of hardware on the system ROM chip How could they Most of the devices in use today didn t exist on the first PCs! When programmers wrote the first BIOS, for example, network cards, mice, and sound cards did not exist Early PC designers at IBM understood that they could not anticipate every new type of hardware, so they gave us a few ways to add programming other than on the BIOS I call this BYOB Bring Your Own BIOS There are two ways you can BYOB: option ROM and device drivers Let s look at both
Option ROM
Not all option ROMs say flash !
The first way to BYOB is to put the BIOS on the hardware device itself Look at the card displayed in Figure 525 This is a serial ATA RAID hard drive controller basically just a card that lets you add more hard drives to a PC The chip in the center with the wires coming out the sides is a flash ROM
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