Largest BIOS Workspace
Antony at Soft-Solutions.co.uk
Mon Apr 5 10:24:01 CEST 2004
On Monday 05 April 2004 3:41 pm, Don Brown wrote:
> Within BIOS in general and LinuxBIOS in particular, what is the largest
> workspace available. Are we limited to a 4 meg chip to store LinuxBIOS?
> Can we build or lever into some larger area?
Depends on your motherboard (primarily - how many address lines go to the BIOS
If you use banked architectures such as DoC then you can access much larger
amounts of storage on a device plugged into that socket, however I'm not sure
if that meets your needs (maybe you're looking for a simple contiguous memory
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