Assembler under WINDOWS

How i can use all features of assembler language

under WINDOWS95 ( accessing ports , interrupts) ?


  • Provided you have a native compiler, assembly interrupts and

    port interaction should work fine, Win95 does some interrupts

    itself (like 32-bit file I/O) and passes the rest down to DOS.

    Ports are also accessable, although Win95 blocks or redirects

    access to many of them, (i.e. the keyboard).

    If you're looking for full access, I recently found a way to

    put your DOS code to Prot. Mode ring 0, and I'll try to simplify

    it and post it on website in the upcoming days. The main disadvantage

    is that your have to write in pure assembly...


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