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Old 10th October 2011
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Default hello, how BSD reboot but keep memory

i want to do this: before BSD reboot, my program wrote same data in memory, after reboot, my loader program read this data from memory, so i need bios not clear memory.

how can i do, have someone give me a advice? so thanks
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