You can disable that in the Config by changing: mainboardinit southbridge/intel/82801/cmos_failover.inc USE_FALLBACK_IMAGE to mainboardinit southbridge/intel/82801/noop_failover.inc USE_FALLBACK_IMAGE
That's where the decision gets made.
On Mon, 3 Mar 2003, Ronald G. Minnich wrote:
On Mon, 3 Mar 2003, steven james wrote:
The trick is to build a fallback image! The idea is that at least a fallback image is necessary. A normal image is optional. The normal image doesn't have the power on reset vector at 0xffff0 anyway, only the protected vector at 0xffff8. Also, the normal image gets linked to reside at 0xfffe0000.
my only concern: what if the fallback decides to boot a normal image? That's the only reason I did not do it this way.
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