AMD is now developing a Safe Boot technology with mainboard and chipset manufactures to enhance the compatibility. The technology is to add a unified register code such that the system can boot up without appropriate Microcode. With that Microcode, the processor’s voltage and clock are set to a minimum only. Users still have to update the BIOS under the DOS mode. Manufacturers will enclose a bootable OS in the driver disk so that one may update the BIOS much easier. However, AMD has no release schedule for Safe Boot technology yet.

AMD is now developing a Safe Boot technology with mainboard and chipset manufactures to enhance the compatibility. The technology is to add a unified register code such that the system can boot up without appropriate Microcode. With that Microcode, the processor’s voltage and clock are set to a minimum only. Users still have to update the BIOS under the DOS mode. Manufacturers will enclose a bootable OS in the driver disk so that one may update the BIOS much easier. However, AMD has no release schedule for Safe Boot technology yet.