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How to do Read Disks I/O Ports from Windows 98 ?
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This is not an "easy" (50 points) question.
What programming-language are you using?
How much knowledge of low-level programming do you have?
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hold down the alt key and double click on my computer it should bring up the system properties window.  Click on the device manager tab.  Now hold down the alt key again and double click on the computer item at the very top of the list.  Then click the radial button that says I/O and it'll list every I/O being used on the computer and which device driver is using them.  If that is what you wanted. Or if you want to see the how much the disk is writing and reading you have to have the system monitor installed.  If you don't you can just go to the add and remove programs then windows set up and add it.
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