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anton



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anton
Hello

Please, help me. Where I may find original IBM documentation about programming PC motherboard (system) devices (DMA, PIC, KBC+PS/2 mouse, Speaker, Timer and all others). And where I may find docs about programming APIC.
Post 08 Apr 2004, 15:01
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DennisCGc



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You can, if you have it Rolling Eyes , use the indispensable hardware book, or I think, if you use google or a similar searching engine, you can find a lot tutorials on the internet.
Post 11 May 2004, 13:57
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anton



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I need exectly original IBM documentation. That is very important for me.
PC design guides (from Microsoft & Intel) refer to it.
If someone have this documentation, please scan it and send me to my E-Mail:
ant-str@yandex.ru. Great thanks to all.
Post 13 May 2004, 13:15
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anton



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Tutorials, books and other is very useful, but it is not fully enough.
Post 13 May 2004, 13:23
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Gomer73



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Have you tried contacting IBM?
I am not sure you will be able to get the manuals, you might have to pay for them.

Also, your question was vague. You want the reference manuals for which machine? Each IBM model has a seperate reference manual and IBM has made quite a few different machines.
Post 13 May 2004, 18:35
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anton



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anton
Gomer73 wrote:
Have you tried contacting IBM?
I am not sure you will be able to get the manuals, you might have to pay for them.

Also, your question was vague. You want the reference manuals for which machine? Each IBM model has a seperate reference manual and IBM has made quite a few different machines.


Hello

I live in Russia, so there is trouble for me to contact IBM (and to get anything from them).
Any reference for IBM PC AT machine needed. Manual with PS/2 mouse programming knowlage also needed. Will be great if someone send me this. Thank you.

(Sorry for my English)
Post 14 May 2004, 12:05
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Gomer73



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I like what you are trying to do.
I would also be very happy to find these manuals as well.

I don't have an official manual for the mouse, but if you go to:

http://govschl.ndsu.nodak.edu/~achapwes/PICmicro/index.html

It tells you quite a bit.

I have the schematics for an XT, but no scanner and no reference manual.
Post 14 May 2004, 21:50
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anton



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Smile Thank you for help.
http://govschl.ndsu.nodak.edu/~achapwes/PICmicro/index.html
contain fullest information I needed to know about KBC, Keyboard and PS/2 mouse programming. (Especially useful are information how to program mice with rolls and 5-button mice).
I don't need electric schemas (if you mean it), thank you. But, if you'll find manuals send me it. Size has no matter. That is my E-Mail: ant-str@yandex.ru. (If I'll find it myself I''ll send it to you)
Post 30 Jun 2004, 05:28
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anton



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Found. http://mcamafia.de/pdf/pdfref.htm
My thanx to Gomer73, DennisCGc.
Thanx to http://mcamafia.de/
There is everything - i8042(KBD & AUX), Timer, RTC, PIC, DMA, SERIAL and PAR h/w
VGA BIOS and H/W PORTS manuals
BIOS manuals
Everything from IBM - scanned to image PDF files.
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