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Re: why my program segmentation fault?

2008/7/14 shell909090 <shell909090@gmail.com>:
> Star Liu 写道:
>> 那么各位大侠,有什么办法可以读么?
>> PS: CPU手册上写的的确是第一条指令是在FFFFFFF0,然后near jump到FFFF0000,因为虽然是在实模式下,但是code
>> segment的地址被初始化为FFFF0000,而EIP的值被初始化为FFF0
是真的,我专门看Intel CPU手册的,
chapter 9.1.4

9.1.4         First Instruction Executed
The first instruction that is fetched and executed following a hardware reset is
located at physical address FFFFFFF0H. This address is 16 bytes below the
processor's uppermost physical address. The EPROM containing the software-
initialization code must be located at this address.
The address FFFFFFF0H is beyond the 1-MByte addressable range of the processor
while in real-address mode. The processor is initialized to this
starting address as
follows. The CS register has two parts: the visible segment selector
part and the
hidden base address part. In real-address mode, the base address is normally
formed by shifting the 16-bit segment selector value 4 bits to the
left to produce a
20-bit base address. However, during a hardware reset, the segment
selector in the
CS register is loaded with F000H and the base address is loaded with
FFFF0000H. The
starting address is thus formed by adding the base address to the
value in the EIP
register (that is, FFFF0000 + FFF0H = FFFFFFF0H).
The first time the CS register is loaded with a new value after a
hardware reset, the
processor will follow the normal rule for address translation in
real-address mode
(that is, [CS base address = CS segment selector * 16]). To insure that the base
address in the CS register remains unchanged until the EPROM based software-
initialization code is completed, the code must not contain a far jump
or far call or
allow an interrupt to occur (which would cause the CS selector value
to be changed).

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