BIOS stands for Basic Input Output System and loads all the basic hardware and software on your computer. If your computer has AMI BIOS, you can access and change the settings when you turn on your computer. If you wish to change your memory settings, you can do so through AMI BIOS. AMI BIOS offers several features such as pre-caching BIOS. AMI BIOS also supports error check correction for your level two memory cache.
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Turn on your computer and press the "Del" key to enter the BIOS settings menu.
Use the arrow keys to highlight "BIOS Features Setup" then press "Enter."
Scroll down and highlight the setting for "L2 CacheECC" and enable or disable this option. L2 CacheECC enables or disables level 2 cache memory, also known as error check correction.
Scroll down to "System BIOS Cacheable" and enable or disable this memory feature. The BIOS cacheable feature will pre-cache your BIOS settings in RAM for a faster computer boot.
Press "Esc" then highlight "Chipset Features Setup" then press "Enter."
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