If you're happy with it, no problem. For me, I could never accept not being able to change BIOS settings. It makes sense when dealing with novices. But I'm not one, and won't accept being treated like one. I don't need training wheels.Vince Massi said:A thousand pardons, SeÃ±ora. I didn't explain myself adequately. We are very happy with this vendor, who has built us four computers over the years. I was carefully experimenting with the BIOS, when I found that none of my changes would remain. no harm done.Izdaari said:A quick fix for that is replacing the hard drive. It'd cost a few bucks, but they're pretty cheap these days. And I'd never, ever use that vendor again.Vince Massi said:My own desktop was custom-built here in Mexico. The vendor set a hard drive password and keeps it secret. That way, his customers can't foul up the BIOS and blame him.
On a technical forum I used to write for, there were several occasions in which a person voided his warranty and fouled up his computer by going into BIOS, and then he wouldn't admit it when he brought his computer in for repair.