INT 13H (0x13) Function 2AH (0x2A or 42) Set Buffer Size 2BH (0x2B or 43) Drive Access Sounds 2CH (0x2C or 44) Set Buffered Write 2DH (0x2D or 45) Set Buffered Read 2EH (0x2E or 46) -Set Flush Count (QuickCache II v4.20)

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INT 13H (0x13)

Function 2AH (0x2A or 42) --> Set Buffer Size (QuickCache II v4.20)

Call with: AH = 2AH
AL = Buffer Size

Return: If Function Successful,
AX = 0000H
If Function Unsuccessful,
AX = Status

Comments:

This Function is used to set the buffer size. If the function is successful the AX is 0000H, if unsuccessful AX returns the status.

 

INT 13H (0x13)

Function 2BH (0x2B or 43) --> Drive Access Sounds (QuickCache II v4.20)

Call with: AH = 2BH
AL = new state (00h disabled, 01h
enabled)

Return: If Function Successful,
AX = 0000H

If Function Unsuccessful,
AX = Status

Comments:

If the function is successful the AX is 0000H, if unsuccessful AX returns the status. Call function with AL = 00H to Disable and AL = 01H to Enable Drive Access Sounds


INT 13H (0x13)

Function 2CH (0x2C or 44) --> Set Buffered Write (QuickCache II v4.20)

Call with: AH = 2CH
AL = new state

Return: If Function Successful,
AX = 0000H

If Function Unsuccessful,
AX = Status

Comments:

This function enables or disables delayed writes for all drives. Use AH=38H to change a single drive. Use AL = 00H to Disable and 01H to Enable.

 

INT 13H (0x13)

Function 2DH (0x2D or 45) --> Set Buffered Read (QuickCache II v4.20)

Call with: AH = 2Dh
AL = new state (00h disabled, 01h
enabled)

Return: If Function Successful,
AX = 0000H

If Function Unsuccessful,
AX = Status

Comments:

This function enables or disables read-ahead for all drives. Use AL = 00H to Disable and AL = 01H to Enable. Use AH=37H to change a single drive.

 

INT 13H (0x13)

Function 2EH (0x2E or 46) --> Set Flush Count (QuickCache II v4.20)

Call with: AH = 2EH
BX = Flush count

Return: If Function Successful,
AX = 0000H

If Function Unsuccessful,
AX = Status

Comments:

This Function is used to set the Flush Count. If the function is successful the AX is 0000H, if unsuccessful AX returns the status.

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