With Win'95, it was possible to install and use a legacy I/O adaptor, specifying memory address, and interrupt. Later versions of windows have "shut the doors" on using such legacy hardware.
Does anyone know of a way to tell windows (eg 2000 or NT) to allow programs access to I/O ports at specific memory locations without grumbles ?
Surely Microsoft haven't really shut all the doors, preferring people to use the windows (slight pun there, but you know what i mean).
Any help or discussion would be appreciated.