Is it the obvious? That the switch allows Windows XP to boot fast and without this switch it would be slower?What is the switch for?/sos now thats a switch.
errrr....there it is, thought i lost it.
Probably makes XP boot faster by telling the BIOS to find Win XP instead of looking for other O/S. Not sure though.If you having trouble finding your postings then just login and go to 'View your postings'
I thought i was famous on here :-(
"Probably makes XP boot faster by telling the BIOS to find Win XP instead of looking for other O/S."Thats correct!
it causes NTDETECT to skip parallel and serial device enumeration.
The only reason I said that, is becuase when installing Linix, you have to select a dualboot switch, that one boots automatically into XP.It will also disable things that are not required in the XP boot up process such as: parallel and serial device enumeration
3726 Subjects for discussion and you cant find 'em......:o)
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