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dosin



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Well I thought, Madis731 was talking about Fasm taking off the Dos version..
Maybe I misread.. as far as other people... who knows... lol... Laughing

but anyway.. its working and thats all that matters..
Post 02 Apr 2008, 22:26
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DOS386



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dosin wrote:

> Running Fasm under Vista 64

OK. "dosin" = "Vista64in" ... the truth is out Very Happy

revolution wrote:

> The TSC is nearing the increment into the 57th bit. Currently 0x00ED6C5885275A1E

Interesting ... but reportedly the TSC can also be read using RDMSR so maybe one can also write it using WRMSR ? Idea

edfed wrote:

> but, one detail. dos version is not the best.

Why ? DOS is the most free OS Smile

> fasmw is. it's an editor in high res, no crappy text mode, and you just have to press F9 to run the code, as with fasmd but better.

YES, but you already had written this 1'000'000'000 times, plus, FASMD doesn't require crappy Win98 to run Very Happy

> you can run dos code with 32 bits instructions. but it will be full of 66, 67 prefixes. is it fast enough?

WRONG. No prefixes for 32-bit in DOS after you switch the CPU to use32 Idea

Madis731 wrote:

> Erm, what is means you're USED TO DOS version. Its just freakin'
> FASM.EXE. What difference does it make is it FASM.EXE (16-bit)
> or FASM.EXE (32-bit). Either way you will use them FASM.EXE blah.asm.

NO. The DOS FASM is also 32-bit Wink

> I suggest you just let some other people replace your 16-bit version

of what ?

> so you wouldn't SEE it Smile This way everybody's happy.
> You can use your "DOS" FASM under Vista64

Why not MASM64 ? Wink
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edfed



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Interesting ... but reportedly the TSC can also be read using RDMSR so maybe one can also write it using WRMSR ?


no way. the tsc cannot be changed by user. it's very well stated in the IA manuals.
Post 03 Apr 2008, 01:00
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dosin



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DOS386 -
I still have dos... lol
I just boot it from a floppy- Wink

dos lives on!!! Very Happy
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