Supplement (was: How to register an ISR for an Interrupt generated by the Local APIC on Pentium 4)

Supplement (was: How to register an ISR for an Interrupt generated by the Local APIC on Pentium 4)

Post by G. Turgi » Sun, 09 Apr 2006 15:47:53



...but you should carefully evaluate if you really need an NMI. Why
not just set Delivery Mode to "Fixed"? This would generate a "normal"
interrupt - which you can specify in the vector field - and connect to
it as you wanted to do in the first place.


Regards

G. Turgij
 
 
 

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> I have been searching for days to find the technique to do it in windows.

Well, once you are speaking about performance counters, you are, apparently,
working on some monitoring tool that is meant to be used only on the test
machines, so that there is a good chance that MSFT guidelines for writing
"good" drivers don't really apply here - probably, you can afford something
"not-so-conventional" in your situation.......

Anton Bassov

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