The BITS command is a command line tool that allows you to set and view memory related settings.
By default, when Windows XP boots, a special group of drivers is loaded called the Kernel System Drivers.
Kernel System Drivers can be accessed either through the Device Manager or through the sysinternals/kmdd.
The Kernel System Driver's primary responsibility is to communicate between the OS and the hardware and provide all the functionality required to boot your operating system. 6add127376 mahimba