Know About Computer BIOS Properly.

We have heard almost all of the time that anything that can be touched in the computer’s case is touching the hardware, which can not be touched but the touch-themed devices can be controlled so that software is so. But what we will talk about today is not entirely in any of these two. It is actually made up of 50% of hardware and 50% composite software. I do not know how it was a little?

Does not matter! Today I will clear it to you. We normally see PC processor, GPU or any other component as the root. But the most important part of the PC is such a thing that sets a bridge between the PC hardware and software and makes it worthwhile. Yes, I’m talking about Basic Input Output System or BIOS.

In fact, the BIOS is a very small code that is usually co-ordinated with a read-only flash memory chip and is inserted in one corner of the motherboard. It is also called the firmware of the motherboard, because it sets a bridge between software and hardware. but how?

To compare, we take the example as a man. A human brain’s respiratory center plays a very important role in its Day to Day Life, it is taking its breath, smelling, its heartbeats, and doing such important things in a timely manner, but if it is clearly seen, it does not help in thinking That means the Researcher Center has saved him, but the rest of the world to survive He uses another part of the brain thought to be taken out.

 

 

Likewise, the BIOS of your computer is doing something very basic, but if you are not done now you might not have read this totem post on your PC.

So when you first start your computer, the BIOS is awakened first and check that the settings are stored on the SIMOS chip. In this Simos, there are settings that the user has set up on their PC via the BIOS menu.

If the settings are correct then check the BIOS and install the prefixes, such as processor, RAM, graphics card and whatever else is there. Then the BIOS will launch its Power on Self Test. In short, many of us say POST, it will check all the computational satus and connectivity, when everything is okay, the PC will make a beep sound to tell you that everything is okay Have and the system is booting. And if there is to be a Beep then it is understandable that there is a problem that is not being POST. Maybe a RAM chip or another compunt.

 

 

At the end of the BIOS, a Bootbale Device will have an Operaing System, and if found out, then the BIOS will release it all at the OS and it will fall asleep in the background. The older BIOS used to control the input devices, such as – mouse / keyboard etc. However, input devices on the modern operating system have integrated into the core firmware, so once the BIOS goes into the slip mode once the PC is on, and it does not have to work until it is on the PC twice.

However, this BIOS’s limitation was something, the main limitation in it is the drive support. System Boot Drives That Look Like The BIOS Master Boot Record In short, its storage limit was as low as 2 terabytes in MBR and up to online two partitions. From our Modern Drive 2 to 10 Terabytes, almost everything was out of support lists.

So what does that mean? Do not we use high capacity drives ?? These problems were needed by keeping something new, and from there it was born Unified Extensible Firmware Interface or UEFI. This UEFI has not only supported large and large drives, but also has many other changes. It can post a system much faster than a Traditional BIOS, and it comes with graphical user interface rich settings, with Cursor support.

 

 

On the other hand, the old BIOS used a theme with red navigation on a blue screen that looked like something like Blue Screen of Death or BSOD.

 

 

But it was also better than the ancient era, because there was no GUI (Graphical User Interface) at the time of BIOS. To change the setting, the Jumper Wire had to be changed physically on the motherboard.

 

 

UEFI has started circulating since the Intel 6-Series LGA1155 (2nd gen / 32nm & 3rd gen / 22nm). In the case of AMD which is at 9 Series AM3 + chipset At present, almost all PCs have this UEFI as the new standard. Instead, the new partitioning scheme, named GUID Partition Table (GPT). This allows you to create as much of your partition as you want in a drive without any extension.

 

 

However, come today. On the other day, we will expire more about all UEFI related issues. If you have any questions you can comment it down and do not forget to know what to do next.

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