Phoenix Award BIOS

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Phoenix Award BIOS

A PC BIOS from Phoenix Technologies Ltd., Milpitas, CA (www.phoenix.com). It was originally developed by Award Software, Inc., Los Gatos, CA, and acquired by Phoenix in 1998. Phoenix Award BIOS chips and Award BIOS chips have been installed in millions of computers. See BIOS and Phoenix BIOS.
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The problem, identified by IBM, relates to some motherboards with VIA chipsets and the award BIOS.
Softex is a distributor of both Phoenix and Award BIOS.
Comprehensive BIOS support is available for the Victory66 I/O Controller from AMI and Phoenix (including both Phoenix and Award BIOS families).
Paley served as vice president of engineering for Award BIOS and also as vice president of software development for S3, Inc.
As a matter of fact, our testing showed that PCfix 2000 is one of the few utilities that can even fix the Award BIOS ver.
Based on Densitron's DPX-81 ConnectBus(R) architecture, Wing Design worked very closely with Densitron's BIOS engineering staff to modify the Award BIOS allowing for secure system validation utilizing the on-board ROM to guarantee authenticity of the operating system and gaming software.
An AWARD BIOS features Plug 'n' Play support, advanced power management (software power-off, modem/alarm/keyboard power-on, override and failure recovery, cooling fan control), and wake up on LAN detection.
Since we can upgrade just about any motherboard or system, not just those based on the Award BIOS, our channel opens up Award products to the entire PC end-user community.
Standard features include 128KB Cache, Award Bios, 4MB DRAM (optional RAM modules of 4/8/12/16/32MB), 200 MB 2.
RPBAccess consists of an enhancement of the Award BIOS, resident on a client PC motherboard, plus a diagnostic application that will run remotely over an enterprise LAN, a modem, or the Internet.
OEMs requesting high-capacity floppy drive support in the Award BIOS can plan to install the LS-120 drive in new computers, offering their customers the ability to back up data easily without additional drives, transport large files on a single disk, and create working disks with independent operating systems.