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Enable System BIOS Shadowing
Shadowing is the process of copying
slower ROM code into underlying RAM memory to improve performance of the ROM routines. The
most commonly-shadowed ROM is the system BIOS ROM. Enabling the BIOS ROM shadowing feature will result
in a small performance improvement.
Note: It is unusual in my
experience for problems to result from using this setting, so if you are having trouble
enabling this you may want to troubleshoot your
memory or motherboard.
Next: Enable Video BIOS Shadowing
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