INT 13h and Win16

How To Read/Write with int13h under Win31 (16 bit version)
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sperlingCommented:
You'll need to use DPMI. (DOS Protected Mode Interface)

If you have DPMI specs available, look up DPMI (Int 31h) function AX=0300
DPMI is pretty well documented in Ralph Browns Interrupt list, available on a lot of ftp sites.

If you wan't sample code, you'll have to increase points and I'll write some.

Regards,

Erik.

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mheacockCommented:
Are you the same guy asking the read-write sectors to disk
question awhile back?  Using a different name to get some
more free points??  Shame on you!

[If you aren't that person, then please ignore this]
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