Author Topic: The x86 Interrupt List aka "Ralf Brown's Interrupt List" - "RBIL"  (Read 206 times)

LiaoMi

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Hi,

the interrupt list is a comprehensive listing of interrupt calls, I/O ports, memory locations, far-call interfaces, and more for IBM PCs and compatible machines, both documented and undocumented. Nearly eight megabytes of information in ASCII text files!
System Requirements: a computer which can extract ZIP files and display plain vanilla ASCII text files. Some of the enclosed utilities are slightly pickier :-).



The following links point at the most current version of the x86/MS-DOS Interrupt List (Release 61, 16jul00). In Microsoft Internet Explorer, right-click on the link and select Save Target As; in Firefox, right-click on the link and select Save Link As; in Lynx, select Download while highlighting one of the links;

Interrupt List, Part A (360k)
Interrupt List, Part B (364k)
Interrupt List, Part C (515k)
Interrupt List, Part D (729k)
Interrupt List, Part E (272k) -- utility programs
Interrupt List, Part F (517k) -- hypertext conversion
FAQ.LST -- the file I left out of INTER61 (1.3k)
DVINT -- DESQview-specific excerpt (Rel43, 06nov94, 106k)
RBpci v1.19 (125k) -- PCI device info program 10jan99

Link - https://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs.cmu.edu/user/ralf/pub/WWW/files.html