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Kappalandi
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Is VTx enabled or disabled in the screen shot?

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Please refer to the screen shot. My understanding is that according to the screenshot, VTx is Enabled here, right? I mean, as it is a verb, it is asking me to Disable it. In other words, the state of VTx would be exactly opposite of what it says here, right?bios.jpg

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Okay, so that I don't come off as stupid, I was taking the commands literally. Obviously, the guys who designed it need to learn grammar. If it was supposed to be Disabled, it should say "Disabled". Not "Disable", meaning the verb is telling me to "Disable" it. The reason this confused me is because in many instances in electronics, I have seen cases where the state of the option is exactly the opposite of what it tells you to do!

 

Anyway, I now learn that "Disable" in the above screen shot actually means it is Disabled, not that it is asking me to Disable it!!! The techies who designed it needed to take English lessons. Good Lord!

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Okay, so that I don't come off as stupid, I was taking the commands literally. Obviously, the guys who designed it need to learn grammar. If it was supposed to be Disabled, it should say "Disabled". Not "Disable", meaning the verb is telling me to "Disable" it. The reason this confused me is because in many instances in electronics, I have seen cases where the state of the option is exactly the opposite of what it tells you to do!

 

Anyway, I now learn that "Disable" in the above screen shot actually means it is Disabled, not that it is asking me to Disable it!!! The techies who designed it needed to take English lessons. Good Lord!

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