In this tab you can change all the passwords, or assign passwords to the BIOS.
This can be a risky thing to do because you could forget your password, but if you do there is a way of fixing it. The Exit tab is more completed then you would expect. You can exit saving your changes, you can exit discarding changes, you can load optimal defaults and also the failsage defaults.
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The BIOS contains all the settings and the CMOS memory is a piece of RAM that remembers all the info.
In the case of many computers pressing delete or F10 in the booting process will bring you to the BIOS setup utility.
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The settings in the BIOS depend on each manufacturer.
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You can zoom in even more by pressing enter and have a look at a specific hard drive in detail.
You can see its exact size, the vendor and the mode and other specifications. It just gives you power options that you can change. The boot tab of the BIOS setup gives you all the options for when you boot up. You can choose whether you want to boot from the Floppy Drive, CD drive, or hard drive and in what order.