Reading and Writing to big HDD on Delphi/Vbasic/C

Posted on 2003-02-22
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Last Modified: 2010-04-17
I am trying to make a disk utility program. I have done some reading and writing to hdd under dos with int 13 but as you know it does not support reading and writing above 1023 track. I would like to do it under Delphi or Vbasic but only for the interface. I have sean programs that use
dll that as i am guessing it does the reading and writing
(ex diskio2.dll).
So do you have some source code for me or if not how can i found out what functions are in these dll so I can use them? I would like better source code of course :)
Thanks !
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fadi980 earned 400 total points
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check this page: http://uranus.it.swin.edu.au/~jn/linux/diskio/

and look for: ( The source to diskIO2.dll can be downloaded from here )
is this enough......

Author Comment

ID: 8127874
And I hoped Windows hase some API for this...


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