x64 OS, 32bit application, MapPhysToLin Function

My x64 port of InpOut32
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momozizi
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x64 OS, 32bit application, MapPhysToLin Function

Post by momozizi » Tue Dec 23, 2014 5:55 am

HI, I'm using your open source.

I tried to use MapPhysToLin() function in 32bit application and x64 OS.
But it was failed at DeviceIOControl in MapPhysToLin() function.

GetLastError() returned code 5.
It means that "Access denied".

Driver is opened success.
Inp32 and Outp32 functions are to work good.

Can you try using MapPhysToLin function at same environment?
Please help me.

Thank you.

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Re: x64 OS, 32bit application, MapPhysToLin Function

Post by phil » Tue Dec 23, 2014 10:59 am

Sorry, no I cant. I've never written any code that exercises that part of the DLL which cam in from another source. So I haven't got anything to test it with. I don't use InpOut32 myself anymore and its only there to help out the community where possible (I didn't write it - I ported it to x64 and added one or two functions from other open source projects).

If you want to debug.fix the problem then feel free - the problem right now is I have no way of signing these drivers so I cant make any changes. I have tried to get a driver signing cert but they wont issue them to individuals without lots of vetting (and therefore money) - too much to me right now for something that earns nothing in return.

Thanks,
Phil
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Re: x64 OS, 32bit application, MapPhysToLin Function

Post by phil » Sun Mar 13, 2016 12:23 pm

Pray tell, why have you posted this here in someone else's thread in the InpOut32 forum. Are you using XMBC and just posted in the wrong place or are you a spammer?
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