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CMOS Information From Win95

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How can i access CMOS Settings so that they can be saved to a disk for later restoration?
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Have you tried INP AND OUTP to port  :

PORT 70 for Address
PORT 71 for Data

If not use
1. ASM
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2. API Functions
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