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Subject: Re: dosmemput and dosmemget
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>Can you tell more about your application, and why it needs many copies

>between conventional and protected-mode memory?  It's possible that
>you can get advice if you supply more information.

I am doing a lot of IO on hard disks - large sized in the range of
100GB(s). That would mean millions or billions of those function calls.
So I would like to eliminate the copying of data, if possible.

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