David P. Reed wrote:
> PS: If I have time, I may try to build Rene's port 80 test for Windows
> and run it under WinXP on this machine (I still have a crappy little
> partition that boots it). If it freezes the same way, it's almost
> certain a design "feature", and if it doesn't freeze, we might suspect
> that there is compensating logic in either Windows ACPI code or some way
> that windows "sets up" the machine.


You'd have to replace the iopl call to an equivalent one for Windows
(seems like NtSetInformationProcess(ProcessUserModeIOPL) might do what
you need).

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