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From: "Alexander Odinokov" <shura AT mapobank DOT com>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: Detecting win95: the hard way
Date: Mon, 1 Mar 1999 18:13:56 +0300
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>I need a way to detect when a djgpp program (Allegro) is being run
>under win95.
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>Surely there must be _something_ that I can look for? Some obscure
>feature of the DPMI implementation, or some other interrupt service
>that works differently to on other platforms? Any ideas would be
>very much appreciated...


mem /c under Win95/98 lists modules WIN, vmm32,IFSHLP.

May be scanning of MCB's and detecting such modules is a right approach?
(not the easiest and bulletproof one)


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