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int 21h, function 4411h

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Hi!

What king of parameters are in the "title"? I need to responce for thes request but do not know what the system want from me. Windos 95/98

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What do you mean by "Title"?

The parameters are as follows
AX = 4411h
BL = Drive number.
CH = category code (always 08h?)
CL = sub-function number to test for.

Returns:
Carry flag clear if function in CL is supported.  Set if function is not supported.
AX 0 if function is supported. 1 if function is not supported.

Let me know if you have questions.
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