Hm, well, since the USB Host Controller generates interrupts, I guess it still sounds reasonable - as long as the HC doesn't require CPU time but works autonomously.
Posted on 2004-03-24 09:43:01 by f0dder
the old dos did provide some programs called intrlink and intrsrvr (i think) for establishing serial network between two pcs. i once needed it, used it, and it worked. the laptop had no floppy drive and it was the only way i have to transfer data.
it was slow though, but i was happy.

of course if you ve got no floppy to boot under dos it cant help.

but as some said, i think windows does the same.
Posted on 2004-03-24 12:25:43 by HeLLoWorld