[OpenBIOS] New power-up graphics BIOS.

Chris Maresca ckm at crust.net
Wed Aug 29 00:51:44 CEST 2001

On Wed, 29 Aug 2001, zechmer wrote:

> How to you program the BOOT-ROM?

If by BootROM, you are referring to code that makes a machine network
bootable, then it's generally on an EEPROM mounted on the ethernet card. 

I've noticed that newer Intel MB's seem to have BootROM code in them,
using the publically documented PXE standard.  Those boards look for a
server with a TFTP server and the correct PXE init routines.


chris maresca
      internet systems architect -- www.chrismaresca.com

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