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Getting to where i want to go

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  1. Sil New Member

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    Hey all, i really want to get into bios disassembly and modification, programing in some sort of C language.

    and eventually start to make my own apps, i realize this wont happen today or tomorrow, but i would like to start today, or tomorrow, and by next year have some good knowledge under my belt.

    i would like to set some goals, and my first goal is to properly disassemble vga bios, and start to learn to understand what i am looking at.

    i have experience in disassembling gm p4 ecu rom's, and creating definition files using addresses found in disassembly, which allowed a program(i did not make) to change the values in a rom file to make the ecu do what i wanted.

    i guess i just want to take past experiences and be able to apply them, in greater depth and understanding to the vga bios world, so in the future i can do "what i want to do" via a program (that i wrote) to my vga bios :p and perhaps motherboard, etc.

    dont really want to go to school for this, as i dont plan on making a career out of it. at least i dont see that happening, but i guess that depends how far i go, if i like it and whatnot.





    so what would be a good place to start, i tried learning c+ couple years ago but that failed due to lack of proper guides on the net (outdated), and program compiler versions. it really was discouraging :shadedshu

    so i think i would like to focus on disassembly :)

    if anyone links to guides older than 2010, i'll shoot you lol
     
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    thank you, i did read an older article that im guessing that article was referring to, about the newer parser not being open sourced, which turned me off, but i bookmarked that, and ill def check it out, and do research and reading.
    im in the process of moving out of country, so i wont be able to get into it hardcore, but i have time to read :)
    so i will check that out and see how far i can get.

    umm, are there any courses on low lvl driver programing? and what would they be called, and what would the prerequisite be, if im going to start i may as well start at the bottom and work my way up. not going to take a course, but would like to know what to start researching.
     

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