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booting Drug slang
A regional term for the intravenous injection of an abuse substance, followed by withdrawing blood into a syringe before reinjecting, as a way to wash the syringe out of residual abuse substace.
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The boot ROM
is 512 KB Flash EPROM, and it contains the initialization and test routines for startup.
ROM emulators replace the boot ROM
, substituting diagnostic code for the processor's normal boot code.
In addition to a Wake-ON-LAN functionality, an optional boot ROM
is available to allow booting a remote station automatically from a server, making hard or floppy disks unnecessary.