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How can I read or write to an I/O port in VB?
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You will need to use a custom control as VB does not normally allow hardware i/o.
For 32 bit i/o try win95io.dll(I believe this is free)
For 16 bit i/o try vbasm.dll (also free)
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http://www.softcircuits.com.

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