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read or write specified sector on floppy

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Hi all.
How do I can read or write an specified sector on floppy in delphi.Like absread or abswrite in c++.

thanks alot
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The methods are different for win98  and NT\2000\XP

I recommend just getting this http://www.torry.net/vcl/filedrv/diskaccess/diskacc.zip

It will do what you want :-)


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