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SubjectRe: Detecting media insertion
> Alistair Riddell wrote:
> >This has been brought up many times before...
> >There is no way that you can detect media insertion/eject with standard
> >hardware.
> >Windows works by polling the device every few seconds which obviously
> >increases the load on the system.
> Polling would be fine. This is not something I need to do
> one thousand times per second. There is no need for an interrupt line.
> I just don't want the system to pull the drive tray in when I check.

THis is *hard* to do on floppy. I remember I did it without sounds,
but light was on all the time (IIRC). I still have that DOS program


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