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QuestionSir,Can any Help me ,I want to Know For What Generic Reason Will Applications Developed in VC++ Will Crash? Pin
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QuestionCan code be given exclusive CPU access in XP? Pin
Simon Steel28-Feb-06 14:16
Simon Steel28-Feb-06 14:16 
Hello everyone...

Is there a way to give a piece of code exclusive access to the CPU without fear of interruption from Windows?

Something similar to a critical section, but across processes -- not just threads. And in user space... not kernel level or anything. If not, I imagine it's for stability reasons... but I figured there'd at least be *something*.

Any help would be very appreciated... thanks!

- Som

(I posted this in the Visual C++ because I'm using C to program this...)
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