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rhyno_dagreat



Joined: 31 Jul 2006
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rhyno_dagreat
Is there a way I can write a program to find out what different ports do? Like, say I want to figure out all the ports on a graphics card and their uses. Is it possible to do that?
Post 03 Nov 2006, 20:36
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Dex4u



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Dex4u
You need to look up "reverse engineering".
Post 03 Nov 2006, 21:45
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rhyno_dagreat



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rhyno_dagreat
Lol, well... Yeah, maybe I could reverse engineer some drivers if I had the right tools.
Post 04 Nov 2006, 01:37
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smiddy



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smiddy
There once was a decent disassembler called Sourcer out there.
Post 09 Nov 2006, 20:40
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vid
Verbosity in development


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vid
now there is decent disassembler called IDA out there.

yes, i remember sourcer. but it wasn't interactive Sad
Post 09 Nov 2006, 21:35
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Kevin_Zheng



Joined: 04 Jul 2003
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Kevin_Zheng
Please see the attached file, it can tell me what do you want to know. ^_^

PORT LIST Release 52 Last change 20oct96
Copyright (c) 1989,1990,1991,1992,1993,1994,1995,1996 Ralf Brown
[This file originally by Wim Osterholt (2:512/56 or wim@djo.wtm.tudelft.nl),
though it has grown considerably since.]

XT, AT and PS/2 I/O port addresses

Do NOT consider this information to be complete and accurate. If you want
to do hardware programming ALWAYS check the appropriate data sheets (but
even they are sometimes in error!). Be aware that erroneous port programming
can put your data or even your hardware at risk.


Description: Common PC Ports descrition
Download
Filename: ports.txt
Filesize: 267.76 KB
Downloaded: 842 Time(s)

Post 06 Dec 2006, 07:09
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rhyno_dagreat



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rhyno_dagreat
Xiexie ni, Kevin! Smile This is very helpful!
Post 07 Dec 2006, 00:43
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tom tobias



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tom tobias
Yes, thanks Kevin, your post is very appropriate. May I inquire whether the FASM site is visible again from ZG? When I was there two years ago, it was blocked by the censors in BeiJing. How about your own work? Do you ever communicate with the half dozen other folks using FASM in China? Did you have a chance to catch Mazegen, Vid, Tomasz, and Hypervista's excellent webcast at the end of September? Perhaps you and the other folks in BeiJing and elsewhere in ZG can join together in similar fashion next year!
Smile
Post 07 Dec 2006, 21:57
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Kevin_Zheng



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Kevin_Zheng
Hi, Toms:
Unfortunately. the FASM suite has been blocked by the censors in Beijing. So I have to use proxy server to access it. Another answer is that I've worked in Phoenix Technologies Ltd and my job title is Senior BIOS Engineer. ^_^
There are a fewer of People to use FASM for their work in China until now, but I think that the root cause is that the FASM suite can't access from China.FASM is a very greatful Assembly Language complier, I hope that there are more and more Assemly Language Funs to use it for their working.

I have't got a chance to catch Mazegen, Vid, Tomasz, and Hypervista's excellent webcast; and I've downloaded the meeting video from FTP suite and watched it.

China Meeting? It's a very greate idea for ours. If any other folks want to together it, please send the message or email to me, I think that we will share a very happy day. ^_^

Thank you and others.

Kevin Zheng

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Post 09 Dec 2006, 17:56
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