All the instructions to start computer are stored in BIOS (Basic Input Output System ) at ROM. Whenever computer is started BIOS checks presence and status of RAM and input & output devices like keyboard, monitor, printer, disk drives etc. After checking these devices BIOS searches operating system in different drives. On finding operating system BIOS startups the operating system and hands over control of computer to operating system.
The initial start-up instructions are stored in the ROM chip. These instruction tell the computer what hardware is present, and starts up the operating system.
BIOS...which is memory in the ROM.
BIOS on the Motherboard
RAM is used for storing the start-up instructions on the computer. This serves as the memory of the computer which will retrieve such instructions.
On start up the computer fetches information from BIOS. BIOS is a ROM. After that the computer loads OS from Hard disk into the RAM.
Set of instructions are called programs. All the programs given to computer are first stored in backing storage device like hard disk, magnetic disk, CDs, DVDs. When user wish to run these instructions, these are loaded in Computer Primary Memory i.e. RAM. Form RAM these instructions are read by processor and run.
Most of the programs and info the CPU and computer uses to Boot are mostly from the Hard Drive. The Hard Drive is mostly where all of the instructions come from.
The instructions are stored in the Master Boot Record (MBR).
Because - the computer needs a specific set of instructions to start -up. The instructions held in ROM initialise the hardware and instruct the computer to load the operating system (and where to find it on the hard-drive).
A computer has to follow a set of instructions called a program.If it is asked to find the solution of a particular question then the information or instructions must be stored somewhere.it would be stored in one of the two types of computer memory called main memory and secondary memory.
Start-up instructions - are stored on the computer's ROM chip. This performs a system check and loads the operating system into RAM. It also checks that the hardware & external ports are performing. All other programs are usually stored on the computer's hard-drive - and loaded into RAM as, and when needed.
In the BIOS ROM and on the hard drive.
Yes, it does
Computer instructions begin with a Basic Input/Output System which is where the ram memory is stored. The hard drive and peripherals can also be found in BIOS.
The cell that is stored with instructions is chromosomes. Hoped this helped :).