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Atlas



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How to send the ATA command 34h with DeviceIoControl
How to send the ATA command 34h(write sector(s) with DeviceIoControl using the ATA_PASS_THRU structure? I dont know how to declare this struct in FASM but im MASM i declare:

Code:
ATA_PASS_THRU STRUCT DWORD
        Length1                         WORD  ?
        AtaFlags                        WORD  ?
        PathId                          BYTE  ? 
        TargetId                        BYTE  ?
        Lun                             BYTE  ?
        Reserved1                       BYTE  ?
        DataTransferLength              DWORD  ?
        TimeOutValue                    DWORD  ?
        Reserved2                       DWORD  ?
        DATABUFFEROFFSET                DWORD  ?
        align 8
        Ata1                            ATA_STRUCT1 <>
        align 8
        Ata2                            ATA_STRUCT2 <>
        ATA_PASS_THRU ENDS
        PTE1 ATA_PASS_THRU <>



How to declare this structure in FASM and how to use the ATA command write sector LBA-48?
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Atlas



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Ah recalcados sfds msm! Eu PEIDO recalcados!
I just want to know how to declare struct inside struct as I show above. How to issue ATA command 34h with an IOCTL_ATA_PASS_THROUGH_DIRECT request to write at hard disk sector ?
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Re: Ah recalcados sfds msm! Eu PEIDO recalcados!

Atlas wrote:
I just want to know how to declare struct inside struct as I show above. How to issue ATA command 34h with an IOCTL_ATA_PASS_THROUGH_DIRECT request to write at hard disk sector ?



You can declare structures inside structures in FASM, regardless of whether you use the native "struc{}" form or any of the "struct" macro forms.

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Atlas



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Re: Ah recalcados sfds msm! Eu PEIDO recalcados!

JohnFound wrote:
use the native "struc{}" form or any of the "struct" macro forms.



How to use struct{} and struct macro? Please give me an example
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Why not to read the FASM manual?

Here for structures: https://flatassembler.net/docs.php?article=manual#2.3.4
Here for general data definitions: https://flatassembler.net/docs.php?article=manual#1.2.2

Well, simple example:

Code:
struc POINT {
  .x dd ?
  .y dd ?
}

struc RECT {
  .p1 POINT
  .p2 POINT
}



With "struct" in FreshLib definition:

Code:

struct POINT
  .x dd ?
  .y dd ?
ends

struct RECT
  .p1 POINT
  .p2 POINT
ends

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Atlas



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How to get size of these structs? I already try sizeof.RECT but I kant get the size.
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sizeof.RECT will work only for the "struct ends" macros. For pure "struc" it is a little bit more complex:

Code:

virtual at 0
  RECT RECT
  sizeof.RECT = $
end virtual



Read about "virtual" in the manual.
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