Date: 16 Feb 2005 13:00:10 -0800
using PC104 with 16bit configuration. What size is an address? IE. if
i write 0xABCD to address 0x1234, did I infact write AB to 0x1234 and
CD to 0x1235?
I think this is how ISA handles IO writes, but im not sure. So when I
write 16 bits to an odd address I actualy get 2 writes to teh bus?
Can anyone confirm this?
miked@dodgeit<it's A DOT COM BABY>
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