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comp.os.msdos.programmer FAQ part 4/5
Section - - How can I access memory beyond 640K?

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 Part of this involves switching into protected mode.

 An article entitled "How DOS Programs Can Use Over 1MB of RAM" appeared
 in PC Magazine 29 June 1993 (xii: 12) pages 302-304.

 I also suggest John English's XMS classes for C++:
 <ftp://ftp.brighton.ac.uk/pub/je/xms200je.zip>.

 See also <Q:07.10> [How can I use the protected mode?]

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