The ability to watch the boot sequences, access the BIOS, perform Windows repairs and any other offline function remotely reduces support costs by eliminating customer site visits and PCs returned for repair.
What does BS stand for?
BS stands for Boot Sequence
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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Samples in periodicals archive:
During the first boot sequence, the phone might reboot several times before fully loading up the OS, which is normal.
It also allows hardware-level actions such as BIOS-updates and monitoring the boot sequence.
Multi-layer encryption offers the ability to upgrade boot and application software code remotely on flash memory while allowing the boot sequence to remain secure.
After screen restrictions were imposed, limiting OEMs' ability to show other icons on the Windows desktop - notably Netscape - as well as other custom appearances, Hewlett-Packard Co sent Microsoft a letter which read "Microsoft's mandated removal of all OEM boot sequence and auto start up programs from OEM licensed systems has resulted in significant problems.
Attendees to this event will gain better understanding of techniques to decrease boot time, and be presented an overview of a typical boot sequence, bootloader and Linux kernel optimizations.
With its custom BIOS that includes POST/BIT capabilities as well as system configuration options for boot device and boot sequence, the SBC fully supports Windows Embedded and XP Professional as well as Linux and VxWorks operating environments.
The incompatibilities resulted in failures during the boot sequence.