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    SubjectRe: Microsecond resolution timers - final word
    > When you say "modify the hardware", do you mean just the device at the
    > far end of the wire, or the PC as well?

    Annoyingly, neither. There's a couple of friends of mine who have similar
    hardware, but don't want to change anything. And same goes for me. Besides,
    I have code for dos that will work with it, this microsecond stuff is the only
    hurdle I have to overcome.

    Incidentally, the dos version does its timing using the hardware timer at
    0x40-0x5f .. though I don't think I'm allowed to do that.

    Thanks for the ideas though :)

    Regards,
    Rob.

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