How to find BIOB File Location

December 1, 2010 at 02:46:47
Specs: Windows Vista Home Premium, CPU=intel-core2duo_2.1GHz/RAM=3GB
Hello every one.......

I have three questions.........

I want to find-out the BIOS files installed on my computer....How to find-out them without using external softwares???


The 2nd question is....How to REMOVE or DISABLE BIOS Programmatically???

The 3rd question is....How to prevent a DVD Drive to open programmatically even when a computer is just starting???


Can any-one help me???

Please Help me to increase my knowledge.........


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#1
December 1, 2010 at 03:17:23
The answers to these questions are best obtained from an internet search.

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#2
December 1, 2010 at 03:47:45
Thank you vary much Mr.LMiller7 for your reply..........

I have searched the web for an answer, but i didn't find anything is so appropriate.........so i did the POST...

But, thanks a lot for your reply................


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#3
December 1, 2010 at 08:35:14
#1. The BIOS in a computer is stored in rewritable memory, not in files. The only time the BIOS will be in a file is when you are flashing the BIOS.
#2. It is possible to modify the BIOS on some system while Windows is running but it is an incredibly bad idea. Even a tiny mistake could turn you computer into a doorstop. As for removing or disabling the BIOS, I can't imagine why anyone would want to do that.
#3. I have no idea what you mean.

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#4
December 1, 2010 at 14:16:31
Thank you Mr.LMiller7 for your reply..........

So, it's RAM where the BIOS is actually stored.........

and you have mentioned that.... "The only time the BIOS will be in a file is when you are flashing the BIOS"

so, what is the NAME of the file and where it is located on hard-disk temporarily?? I mean the directory.

I know, it is a vary bad idea to remove or disable BIOS.......but its only for and just only for my curiosity............i want to know more about it...........

In my 3rd question, i was wanting to know that, how to prevent "CD/DVD-Drive tray" to open............i have tried it through deleting "driver files" of my CD/DVD-Drive but it's not working before completion of booting............and is it possible to do it with bat???............then how???


And my curiosity is forcing me to ask that, is it possible to edit "config.sys" file with bat???.........If it is possible then how???

I am using Windows Vista Home Premium...........


Again, thanks a lot Mr.LMiller7 for your reply.........


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