BIOS Interrupt Call

BIOS Interrupt Call

BIOS interrupt calls are a facility that DOS programs and some other software, such as boot loaders, use to invoke the facilities of the Basic Input/Output System on IBM PC compatible computers. Some operating systems also use the BIOS to probe and initialize hardware resources during their early stages of booting.

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BIOS Interrupt Call - INT 18h: Execute BASIC
... This call would typically be invoked if the BIOS was unable to identify any bootable volumes on startup ... in ROM was a key feature.) As time went on and BASIC was no longer shipped on all PCs, this interrupt would simply display an error message indicating that no bootable ...

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