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Read information from BIOS

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How can I read all the information written in BIOS, with help of Delphi 3.0? Please, show the working example of such program.

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I think that can be only done in assembler.
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I previously answered a question like this.  See "computer's BIOS date" in the Delphi area.  You will have to adapt it to read what ever area you are interested in.


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The easiest way to do that is by reading them strait from memory. Allmost all BIOS data is stored in a specific place in memory. It depends on what information you want which place it is. You could search the net to find the appropriate addresses.
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