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Inventor:
Johnson; Robert D.
Address:
Raleigh, NC
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5987536 Computer system having flash memory bios which can be accessed while protected mode operating sy November 16, 1999
Disclosed is a personal computer system which includes a central processing unit (CPU) coupled to a direct access storage device (DASD) and a random access memory (RAM). A flash memory module is coupled to the CPU and an input/output (IO) bus and includes a basic input output system (BIO
5860001 Computer system having at least two boot sequences January 12, 1999
Disclosed is a computer system which can be powered on by at least a first and a second method wherein the first method is different from the second method. The computer system is operative to allow a user to select which one of at least two different pre-selected ordered lists of initia










 
 
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