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I want to know ,does it show me the Hardware Spec?
Yes it does. Read the comments and you'll know why not :evil:

Really, havve you read the posting rules, how it says that you must have a working knowledge of C and Assembler before posting here? I think you violated that one with each post. Then there's the how to ask questions rule, which so far you have violated with every question asked.

We're not babysitters, yet you ask us to be. Go somewhere else where people can teach you the basics.

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also, this should be in general programming.

I suggest learning assembly to a fair extent, and make some windows/linux programs before posting in this forum about why this does that and such.

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Homework. I wonder... why do these kind of posts not get deleted immediately? :D


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There's more reason to delete your post for being offtopic.
And I seriously doubt its homework (DOS, ancient, you don't get it)

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I suspect it's homework because my sister used to approach me the same way when she had some programming homework. She'd search Google for some piece of code that she thought did what was needed, and then came to me to confirm it and/or make it work. However, when she thought I was in a good mood she wouldn't even Google for the code; she'd ask me to write everything from scratch. And it wasn't just my sister. It was everybody in my class that basically did that.
Well, this might not be school homework, but it's some kind of, well.... homework! :roll:
BTW, I do know assembly (if that was aimed at me), and I do get it. I just choose not to, just like I often chose not to help out my sister.


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@OP (if he hasn't fled the forums yet): I'm thinking you're talking about a program that'll print out hardware information, right? If you didn't understand what all of us here have been saying and you still want to go ahead, you will get NOWHERE (tm).

@zaleschiemilgabriel: No wonder everyone in your class gets bad marks :twisted:

Sorry, my mind hurts way too much right now...

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it is homework for sure...or at least some school exercice...
just look at this
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At least he found the right place to ask... not that people are hammering him there too.

As for the homework, I retract that statement. Point was, he doesn't deserve an answer independent of it.

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