Interrupt List - Release 61 (16jul00)
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INT 7D -
International Busiuness Machines
International Busiuness Machines) A hardware, software and other service technology company founded in 1911.
DOS 6.1 E.EXE - ???
INT 7D - HyperPAD v2.2 -
(Application Program[ming] Interface) The defined set of calls which a program may make to interact with or request services of the operating system or environment under which it is running. Because the inputs and outputs of the calls are well-defined, a program using the API can continue using the identical calls even if the internal organization of the program providing the API changes.
INT 7D - DJGPP GO32.EXE DOS EXTENDER - RELOCATED IRQ5
INT 7D - YTERM 1.4 - CLOCK SUPPORT
Information about a product which is not publicly available from the manufacturer, and must be determined by reverse-engineering (disassembly, trial-and-error, etc.). Undocumented information tends to change -- often dramatically -- between successive revisions of a product, since the manufacturer has no obligation to maintain compatibility in behavior which is not explicitly stated.
INT 7D -
- ALTERNATE MULTIPLEX INTERRUPT
INT 7D - SCSILink - RESET
(Small Computer Systems Interface) A system-independent expansion bus typically used to connect hard disks, tape drives, and CD-ROMs to a computer. A host adapter connects the SCSI bus to the computer's own bus. See also ESDI, IDE.
INT 7D - SCSILink - CONNECT TO TARGET
INT 7D - SCSILink - SEND COMMAND
INT 7D - SCSILink - SET TIMEOUT
INT 7D - SCSILink - GET ERROR STRING
INT 7D - SCSILink - GET ADDRESS
INT 7D - SCSILink - PUT DATA
INT 7D - SCSILink - GET DATA
INT 7D - SCSILink - TERMINATE SESSION
INT 7D - SCSILink - POLL REQUEST
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