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Richard B. Johnson wrote:

>The kernel has the capability (by design) of addressing anything it
>wants. So, if this is what you mean by "shared", I guess you imply
>that Windows can't address anything it wants? Of course it can.
>

Well, I may have oversimplified it a bit. My point was that a given
Windows driver can't just take a 32-bit pointer and pass it to another
driver and have it just work like that.

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Timur Tabi
Interactive Silicon



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