In today’s video we’re going to be talking about 0x3b (0xc0000005). This is a memory address that is used by the BIOS to load the bootloader into the RAM.
It’s a little confusing because the video we’ve seen so far shows a 0x3b 0xfffff800031f6367, 0xfffff880077ead70, 0x0 bootloader. However, the “0x3b” is actually a “0x3b000000” of the bootloader, not actually a memory address, which is why it is confusing.
In our time loop we learned that it takes a while to figure out the exact way to load the bootloader in RAM which is a really bad idea. We’ve had a lot of time to figure it out. This is the third time we’ve thought about it and the first time we’ve had a chance to learn how to load the bootloader in RAM.
As a more serious piece of evidence, weve also learned that the bootloader is definitely not memory-friendly, therefore, weve taken a back-link to it. The reason our friends have used this back-link to load the bootloader in RAM is because they had to pull it out of the bootloader’s cache because it was no longer there.
Yes, that’s right. As a more serious piece of evidence, weve also learned that the bootloader is actually not a RAM-friendly memory-curable memory-curable memory-curable system.
What’s that, weve learned that the bootloader is probably not a RAM-friendly memory-curable memory-curable memory-curable memory-curable system.
I’m not sure if anyone will be able to follow this, but the bootloader is a BIOS-like memory-curable memory-curable system. It is a part of the computer that is only loaded into the computer’s RAM, and only when the computer is booted. It is like the BIOS chip in an old computer.
While the bootloader is a BIOS chip, it is not memory-curable. The bootloader is only loaded into the computer’s RAM when the computer boots. The bootloader is what allows the computer to boot. And the bootloader is like a computer BIOS chip that stores the operating information of the computer. The bootloader is loaded into the computer RAM because the BIOS chip has been loaded into the computer’s memory.
That’s right; the bootloader is actually a big ram chip. But that’s not what most people think when they hear the term “bootloader.” It is in fact the bootloader that is memory-curable.
So why does the bootloader contain a chip? The reason is that we all have a lot of flash drives in our computers. So when the computer boots, its BIOS chip in the bootloader gets loaded into the computer’s memory. That’s because the BIOS chip in the bootloader is memory-curable.