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Together the Management Station, Profile Station, uLoadXL+ boot loader, and Secure Element, create a cryptographically federated chain of custody.
The typical function executing these tasks within an ECU is the secure FLASH Boot Loader which will be explained next.
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Xilinx is leveraging LDRA structural coverage and standards compliance tools to enhance Zynq-7000 boot loader code and device driver code for key markets that require certification, compliance, and functional safety.
The installer automatically adds a entry to the Windows boot loader, allowing the user to select between booting Windows or booting Splashtop while starting.
PsystarAAEs Darwin Universal Boot Loader, included with Rebel EFI, is the core utility which allows PC hardware to load multiple operating systems, including Windows 7, Mac OS X and the various iterations of Linux.
Unlock the ( Boot loader before proceeding and performing the manual installation.
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