Question about Computers & Internet
In older machines you just replaced the BIOS chip with one that had been programmed outside of the motherboard. Newer computers don't have that luxury as the BIOS is often burnt into a chip that is soldered to the motherboard. Too expensive to have chips mounted by humans at the factory. Also, increases the depth of the motherboard and in today's designs, creates additional problems. Your tech at the service center is correct. The warning should be a WARNING!!!
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
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