Blog | November 19, 2020
System initialization is one of the niche areas that few people look into. The exact details vary considerably between different platforms, firmwares, CPU architectures and operating systems, making it difficult to learn it all. Usually, if something is not working correctly during the early stages of system startup or if the OS does not boot, it rarely has anything to do with the code responsible for booting. Most of the time, it is due to other factors, such as the boot media or BIOS configuration.