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Subject:Re: Screen Capture BIOS From:Eric Ray <ejray -at- raycomm -dot- com> To:bdoonan -at- coreco -dot- com Date:Fri, 21 Jan 2000 20:52:05 -0700
> is it possible to make a screen capture of BIOS?
Only if you're running some kind of a virtual machine.
VMWare (www.vmware.com) is a good Linux or NT solution that
gives you the ability to run a "virtual" machine within a
real one (however, you also get a virtual bios, so if you
need a screenshot of a specific one, you're out of luck unless
you just use a camera).