BIOS is known as Basic Input/Output System (BIOS).
The BIOS software is built into the computer through a ROM (Read Only Memory), and is the first code run by a computer when powered ON. When the computer starts up, the first job for the BIOS is the power-on self-test, which initializes and identifies system devices such ... Read more
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) is the sudden flow of electricity between two electrically charged objects caused by contact. ESD often creates visible sparks, but also has less dramatic forms which may be neither seen nor heard, yet large enough to cause damage to sensitive electronic devices like computers.
ESD can happen when you are working with the ... Read more
What is a Beep Code?
A Beep code is a Beep sound made by your computer, when your turn ON your computer. Troubleshooting BEEP code or BEEP is first step in troubleshooting your computer.
A little technical explanation
When you power on a computer the BIOS immediately takes control of the computer and performs the P.O.S.T (Power On ... Read more
The term “Booting” refers to the process in which your computer runs a set of instruction when the power is switched ON. This process loads the Operating System into the computer main memory. Once after this has been done, you can able to see the windows desktop and run applications.
What happens during the booting?
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As stated in the Microsoft Website:
It’s a Windows startup option that uses the most recent system settings that worked correctly. Every time you turn your computer off and Windows shuts down successfully, important system settings are saved in the registry. You can use those settings to start your computer if a problem occurs.
When can we ... Read more
Safe Mode is a diagnostic startup mode of the Windows, in which only a basic drivers which are needed for the windows to run are loaded. In this mode, only basic drivers are loaded and a “Safe Mode” is shown at the four corners of the screen.
Why do we need to start computer in Safe ... Read more