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Does anyone know how to Capture Screen in DOS mode.?
or any program which can capture screen in dos mode ?
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No, but if you find the base address that the monitor uses, you could probably form a pointer to it and output it from there. Remember that each character following that address will consist of two bytes: one is the actual character, the other is an 'attribute' byte.

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You can Use Starting Address of a far Char pointer and initilise it with 0xb8000000
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Remember that each character following that address will consist of two bytes: one is the actual character, the other is an 'attribute' byte.





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