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I want to modify the real time clock driver in win95!
What do I modify any file?
How do I modify that?
Please, give me some information or relative sites?
Would I must modify the win95's kernel entirely?
Otherwise I modify some file?
Thanks in advance...
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Question by:mgkim
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by:smeebud
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Yes, If you want to change the time??
you can go into cmos set the time to what ever you want and safe on exit.
Is this what you're trying to do?
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by:smeebud
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An easier way it to go to a real dos mode screen and simply type at the dos prompt
C:\>TIME   then hit enter and you can change it from there.
Again if it's something more exotic you want let me know.
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by:mgkim
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Hmmm!!
I want to exchange the motherboard's realtime clock chip!
Therefore will modify the clock driver, or make new
clock driver.
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by:Ikon
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why not ask in the programming sections.
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Redirect the click interrupt to your custom rule
and do an 'iret' instead of given the cpu back
to the normal clock driver, wich won't be called anymore, it's that easy !
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