The BIOS is recorded on a flash memory chip, which can be easily updated if necessary. (see BIOS)
A BIOS that has been recorded on a flash memory chip that can be updated if necessary.
This BIOS contains a flash ROM chip that can be updated under certain conditions, but is otherwise static.
A BIOS stored in flash memory. BIOS is the essential software built into a computer to handle the performance of basic recurring tasks. Flash memory is easier to upgrade than ROM, the original method for holding the BIOS. Upgrading a ROM BIOS requires replacing a chip, but flash memory can be replaced electronically.
Type of BIOS that allows a computer easily to update the contents of the BIOS chip, if necessary. 4.21