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In computing, memory refers to the state information of a computing system, as it is kept active in some physical structure.

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Thanks to @slm, I found most of the answer. When the BIOS read and load the primary boot loader in memory, are we talking the RAM memory? Yes, we do. The BIOS load the bootloader code on a … performance issue here)? I don't think the CPU can execute an instruction that is not in the memory address space, but please correct me if I'm wrong (Can I execute an instruction from the I/O …
answered Jun 4 '14 by Pierre-Jean
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loader's second stage (ex: Grub) The loader's second stage will load the Kernel in memory My question are: When the BIOS read and load the primary boot loader in memory, are we talking the RAM memory
asked Jun 3 '14 by Pierre-Jean