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using IRQ in windows and visual C

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Question   I have made an ISA A/D card.
How can I use IRQ5 in the my card with visual c++6 programming.
Thanks for your helping.
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Your question is very unclear.

Stricly speaking, the only way to access this card and IRQ5 is via a DEVICE DRIVER or of you are running Win9x, a VxD.

VC++ 6 make ONLY 32-bit code and the only way to directly access hardware in 32-bit code is via a driver running in RING0.

Get the Windows DDK as a starting point.
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