how do u use interupts in masm? in windows it shits itself and comes up with a efN gpf or ipf???? :oops: :cry: :evil: :idea:
Posted on 2004-12-09 23:59:21 by Retsim_X
i have as much experience in interupts as you do in using forums :twisted: (dubbelpost)
Posted on 2004-12-10 00:55:26 by Scorpie
Retsim, if you mean "int 21" and the likes, then realize those are only used for DOS programs. If you want to write win32 applications, use the Win32 API...
Posted on 2004-12-10 03:45:59 by f0dder
sorry bout the doublepost i got a 56k modem (wich connects at 32000). i got impationt an clicked the button twice :cry:

not posible to do ints in masm????? cos i am trying to do a serial isr in masm , i think its int 14 an 15? i need to use int 21h the one to set new isr.
Posted on 2004-12-10 19:14:24 by Retsim_X
You can do interrupts just fine with masm, but you can't in win32 programs - you'll need to write 16bit DOS apps for that, and you'll need a copy of the 16bit linker (the one included with eg. masm32 can only do 32bit executables).

It's also a good question whether you can run the code from inside windows... I guess serial ISRs were done often enough that it should be emulated, but who knows...
Posted on 2004-12-10 19:24:34 by f0dder