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I am trying to clear a blue screen error. One of the steps listed says to disable the BIOS cache and shadow memory. But there no options in the BIOS that will alow me to do this. By disabling the quite boot I am able to confirm that both the cache and shadow memory are enabled in the BIOS. I want if the idea of removing the CMOS or RTC battery will clear the BIOS cache and shadow memory?
It's about the processor level caches
but also might be a bad memory slot (RAM)
resetting the bios is a good choice, maybe this will helpe either
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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