Using the manufacturer's setup program
Many systems, particularly those using either a
Micro Channel Architecture (MCA),
Extended Industry Standard Architecture (EISA) or
Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) bus,
include a setup program which is provided on a bootable floppy disk,
in the BIOS, or as a hidden file on the hard disk.
This program configures the permanent memory
on your computer to describe the system hardware setup.
Whenever you add a hard disk, serial card, or other device,
you may need to run your setup program to tell
your computer about the new hardware. Some computers
automatically recognize the presence of new hardware. The
documentation provided with your computer's hardware
should tell you if you need to run a setup utility.
Adding more memory
Avoiding interrupt clashes on PCI/ISA bus machines
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 05 June 2007