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    ->How can I access memory located at a certain address?

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    Use a pointer

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    and if you don't know what a pointer is, just look down at your finger. it's the one right next to the thumb. Now open up your computer, and run your finger all of the CMOS, THEN take your finger, and put it on top of the point in memory you wish to access.Then turn the computer back on, butonly after running a magnet across your hard drive.

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    Prakash,
    Its true that this board is meant for C related queries but we cannot and we wont spoon feed you into learning a language. Please take a good book and read it thoroughly instead of going on creating new threads over here.

    And dont be surprised if noone answers your next thread.
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    >>and if you don't know what a pointer is, just look down at your finger. it's the one right next to the thumb. Now open up your computer, and run your finger all of the CMOS, THEN take your finger, and put it on top of the point in memory you wish to access.Then turn the computer back on, butonly after running a magnet across your hard drive.

    I agree with -KEN-'s explanation, if you follow all of these steps properly I believe you can achieve what you wanted to do.

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