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I believe it's a security matter.
On 18/12/2020 18:22, Shaun Everiss
No, you will need to have someone with sight do that.
You'd think that there would be a reader now for bios, since
the efi os is quite detailed.
On a probook I worked on it appeared like a menu driven program
like you would see in a text editor like notepad, why it was
never ported to windows is anyone's guess.
Toshiba did that in the day, first a menu then a control panel
type program then an app.
One assumes it could be a universal but you need someone to ddo
that for you.
On 19/12/2020 4:40 am, molly the
blind tech lover wrote:
Hey guys, Molly here.
In order to run my virtual machine it
requires a change to the BIOS settings on my PC.
Can one access the BIOS without sighted
I am thinking not, because the BIOS comes
up before Windows boots.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
My professor is looking into getting
sighted assistance to help, but as my entire family has
COVID we’re stuck at the moment.