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  • Techniques for Reprogramming the Boot in Automotive Embedded Controllers (.pdf)
    Typically, automotive embedded microcontrollers will have flash ROM-resident boot (boot loader) software in order to reprogram the application software and/or the calibration data. However, depending on the engineering design and manufacturing process, there may be a need to reprogram
  • Using the TMS320C5535/34/33/32 Bootloader
    This document describes the features of the on-chip ROM for the TMS320C5535/34/33/32 digital-signal. processors. Included is a description of the bootloader and how to interface with it for each of the possible. boot devices, as well as instructions for generating a boot image to store
  • Smart Computing Article - Windows 2000 Installation & Setup
    quot;This program cannot be run in MS-DOS mode " You could see this message when you start Setup.exe from the Win2000 CD-ROM after booting from a floppy diskette or hard drive with CD-ROM support. It occurs because the program Setup.exe is a Windows program and can't be run from an MS-DOS command
  • Fixes issue that set external clock higher than 277MHz; CPU now shows correctly when the external clock is over 256MHz Fixes memory unstable issue when running stability and compatability test AGP/PCI bus frequency show only Fixes CD-ROM boot priority device display error; fixes HDD LED blinking
  • Smart Computing Article - Booting Your PC
    are in for a treat. We'll spend some time going through the boot process, which is the process your PC completes when starting up, and explaining a key component to your PC's startup known as the Basic Input/Output System (BIOS). The BIOS performs several vital functions before passing control over
  • Computer Power User Article - White Paper: Freescale MRAM
    , but research is continuing. Early results are promising, giving MRAM a strong opportunity to make more headlines in the next several years. MRAM is a nonvolatile type of memory, meaning it maintains its stored data even in the absence of external power. ROM and flash memory are examples of nonvolatile

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