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the above 64 bytes are BIOS vendor specific.
Here is a short description I found in Ralph Brown's Interrupt List:
Marcus Gossner INOVA Computers GmbH Tel: ++49 (0)8341 916265 Fax: ++49 (0)8341 916269 email@example.com
-----Original Message----- From: Janusz J. Mlodzianowski Sent: Monday, January 10, 2000 12:47 PM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: [OpenBIOS] PC-CMOS memory..
Hi to all in Open Bios project,
My question is not directly (yet..) related to OpenBios project but I do hope to find here an answer. I am writing an embedded PC application project in which I would like to use some of PC CMOS memory. All documentation I have found does not seem to be correct. Especially in the area of HDD data (types 47,48). Each motherboard I have tested seems to store this data in different locations. Configuration data is stored in the first 64 bytes. RTC memory consists of 128 (or more locations). What is stored there. Can I safely use this memory for my own purposes?
Thanks for comments. Janusz
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