Without the Operating System you cant LOAD any software. There would be No directories for the "named Software" to reside on.
The bootstrap program should automatically load the operating system after a power outage or reset. The operating system would then load the remaining software.
No. Alcohol 120% requires an operating system to run on, and it is all but impossible to directly load an operating system from another running one these days. You will either need to use a virtual machine to run the operating system in a simulated environment on top of an already existing operating system, or use another method to load the operating system.
A mobile operating system is an operating system (the most basic instructions to allow a device to load software and control hardware) specifically for mobile devices.
It is not hard to load operating systems software but first you must make sure the old operating system has been removed then use the software discs you have to being loading the new system.
When MBR fails then the operating system will not load.
Most programs are loaded by the operating system. The operating system obviously can't be used to load itself when it hasn't been loaded yet, so a special "bootstrap" program is used that provides just enough functionality to load and start the operating system. This sounds like an infinite recursion, but it's not: the bootstrap program is simple enough that very basic routines in the ROM can be used to load it.
any will load mods onto minecraft but the better operating system the more mods you can have
system state data
Pop it in the CD drive, wait for the operating system to load it. Easy! (Very similar to windows)
GRUB is the bootloader for Linux operating systems. The bootloader is the section of code on the hard disk drive that is called and executed at bootup. It will load the operating system components and programs and start the operating system.
BIOS (Basic Input/Output System)
No. Operating systems need the system to be formatted / partitioned in order to properly arrange and store their data on the disk.
How long it takes after you turn the computer on to be able to use it.
It varies from computer to computer, as well as operating system.
it load the operating system in computer system it perform a power on it self it activate the bios chip
Primary partitions are the only type of basic disk partitions designed tostore fi les that are used to load an operating system
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You would either have to write your own loader or have the program compiled in such a way that it can load and map directly into memory (not an easy task in either case). Then again, the program you are loading without an operating system would not be able to use any of the operating system resources (it couldn't depend on them being there).
This is because if you do not have it, your computer cannot work.
no, vista is an operating system, you can upgrade older versions to vista but it is a version of windows OS
There is no reason you cannot load an operating system on a flash drive. However, getting the computer to recognize the flash drive and boot from it could be an issue.