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heythomas



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Hello,everybody!I want to make a program to eject my CDROM.Can you help me? Embarassed
Post 14 Aug 2008, 10:42
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Shahada



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ftp://ftp.funet.fi/.m/mirrors5/simtel.net/pub/simtelnet/msdos/cdrom/mscdex21.zip

Read the doc in the zip archive. You need MS-DOS driver for CD-ROM and MSCDEX or compatible for thing to work.
Post 14 Aug 2008, 15:58
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Dex4u



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You can take a look at my CLI CdPlayer that can talk direct to your hardware (no driver needed), that includes the eject command, it comes as a com and a bootable ver.
But if run under Dos It needs real dos not a dos box.
You can get it here:
http://dex4u.com/demos/CdPlayer.zip
Post 14 Aug 2008, 17:57
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Shahada



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To be more specific, in 32-bit Windows you don't need any driver for the MSCDEX code to work. You need driver only in plain DOS.
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heythomas



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Thanks a lot!!! Laughing
Thanks a lot,those they was. Laughing
I have looked for them for a long time.
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DOS386



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Shahada wrote:

ftp://ftp.funet.fi/.m/mirrors5/simtel.net/pub/simtelnet/msdog/cdrom/mscdex21.zip
Read the doc in the zip archive. You need MS-DOS driver for CD-ROM and MSCDEX or compatible for thing to work.


Most likely not legal.

http://www.freedos.org/cgi-bin/lsm.cgi?mode=lsm&lsm=base/shsucdx.lsm

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To be more specific, in 32-bit Windows you


can post into proper subforum: http://board.flatassembler.net/forum.php?f=3 Idea

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Post 23 Aug 2008, 07:17
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Shahada



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DOS386 wrote:
Most likely not legal.


It is legal, it is at simtelnet archive.

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To be more specific, in 32-bit Windows you


It is Dos program runing in Windows, not Windows program, DOS386=big big big morone.
Post 26 Aug 2008, 05:34
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program runing in Windows, not Windows program, big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big big http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morone


Thanks for your friendly attempt to help ... but my hunger for fish is already covered Shocked see below Smile

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BTW: this thread is crap Sad maybe except Dex's code at best ... doesn't work in DOS, no test with "raw" yet Sad

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