Kernel mode

This is a discussion on Kernel mode within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; I was trying to use the _outp, _in functions in my code, but under windows xp those are priveleged instructions. ...

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    Kernel mode

    I was trying to use the _outp, _in functions in my code, but under windows xp those are priveleged instructions. How can I allow my program access to kernel mode (like device drivers) so I can use these commands?
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    There are links in this thread.

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    Thanks for the links.
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