Re: kernel boot procedure
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So can i say that after the initiallisation that the bios do, the bios code can access all the peripherals completely???
1..I mean that from the bios code only,, can i acess the harddisk completely..specifically the kernel bcz. If i have accessed the MBR in harddisk, so can i access the remaining part of it too ??2..if not. Then is it possible to extend the size of MBR so as to fit the kernel in it(it will initiallise all the peripherals and other things ) thus removing the bootloadr??
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