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How can I avoid the Abort, Retry, Fail messages?

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How can I avoid the Abort, Retry, Fail messages?
posted Jul 25, 2014 by Manish Tiwari

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When DOS encounters a critical error, it issues a call to interrupt 24, the critical error handler. Your C compiler library contains a function named harderr() that takes over the handling of calls to interrupt 24. The harderr() function takes one argument, a pointer to a function that is called if there is a hardware error.

Your user-defined hardware error-handling function is passed information regarding the specifics of the hardware error that occurred. In your function, you can display a user-defined message to avoid the ugly Abort, Retry, Fail message. This way, your program can elegantly handle such simple user errors as your not inserting the disk when prompted to do so.

answer Jul 26, 2014 by Sidharth Malhotra
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