Re: Tom Ehlert's help, Eduardo Casino replied --

> A big THANKS to you.   Optimising the memcpy routines
> was my next objective, so you saved me a lot of fun ;)

Tom's ideas are "ALWAYS good"!   Maybe half of my UIDE
drivers has been much hard work, but the other half is
Tom's suggestions in 2003 of (A) using XMS memory as a
buffer for UltraDMA I-O which is misaligned or crosses
a 64K boundary, and (B) using "free" HMA space to save
upper/DOS memory and putting much of my drivers there!
Tom is often quiet in the background, but when he DOES
speak, it MATTERS!

Jack R. Ellis

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