linuxx64.bashsh at gmail.com
Tue Apr 26 00:06:35 UTC 2011
Currently, there is no direct way to access the BIOS as a blind
individual. Even programs like AISuite2 aren't accessible using
screenreaders. These programs allow overclocking among changing
settings in the BIOS, and unfortunately are mostly only found on
Windows anyway. Especially with ASUS's graphical BIOS found on newer
boards, it's better to ask a sighted person at this point.
On 4/25/11, Anders Holmberg <anders at pipkrokodil.se> wrote:
> You may ask a sighted person.
> There is no way to access bios unless you have a hardware display and
> old pc with isa bus.
> I am not sure though, i found something on the internet called
> bioswriter which i guess was a linux or unix tool.
> Not sure though if it will help.
> 高生旺 skrev 2011-04-25 16:15:
>> I'm a blind. How to enable legacy USB support in bios?
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