Let's say I tell you it's OK and you lose a file system. Would you consider it bad advice? Or let's say I write it's not OK and everything works fine. Is that bad advice?
My thought is that you have to make the choice.
I have a new workstation here that has 48GB RAM. (That's correct - 48GB). This amount of RAM is HEAVEN for my work (video/3D/graphics), but it takes over 5 minutes for the machine to boot because (I assume) of the RAM check which must take place.
I have heard that there are switches in the BIOS that can disable the RAM check. Since I already know the RAM is good, is it safe for me to disable that check and be able to boot faster?