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Why noone answer me?

OSR_Community_UserOSR_Community_User Member Posts: 110,217
Dear all,
How to access physical memory (ie, given a physical address, read and
write its content) under
Windows 95 (Must support Windows 95). Use VxD? How?
Help me please.
Thanks.
BR
Volition2k

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  • Thomas_F._DivineThomas_F._Divine Member Posts: 537
    The reason that you don't get an asnwer here is that this is Windows NT
    Device Driver Developer's list.

    Not a Windows 9X Device Driver Developer's list.

    Regards,

    Thomas F. Divine

    PCAUSA - Toolkits & Resources For Network Software Developers
    NDIS Protocol - TDI Client - Windows 95 Redirector
    <http://www.pcausa.com&gt;

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