- Jan 1, 1970
But what I meant was PC sales in general, including laptops. Many older
folks buy laptops these days because they don't want a space-hogging
tower and monitor setup. And it's the saem thing there: Writing setup
info that hardly ever changes into voltaile RAM is not smart.
Who does that, with flash being so ubiquitous?
Jeff brought an example, I don't know which mfgs use this:
I have a Dell and the manual states that an image of the CMOS should be
taken before removing the battery, in order to be able to restore the
settings in there. But it fails to say how and what software to use for
Maybe just write down the settings? There's not very many.
Everything past 0Fh? Not "many"?
Ok, I just bought a new set of ink roller pens so at least I wouldn't
run out of ink