Is there a way to boot a made program from Visual Studio?
I would make then
Console Application. Now I know, that you probably need programming Assembler for that.
Problem is, I don't know crack of Assembler. Instead I could've used very minimized version of Windows PE, then install requirements, put program within it and mount it to automatically start up the program.
But is there a shorter way?
Like, create program, put assembler file (or any bootable file programming language), then "modify" assemble to run certain C# files. Now I know there are compatibility issues as "How do I know how frame should look like?", "How do I read memory if there's no OS supporting it". This is actually just the problem in this case, is there something that could serve as thin, undisturbing layer for that program?
Now, I don't plan to create OS, I would get headaches or more. I just want to make program, be able to actually boot it, like outragously close to hardware, then be proud and play boss amongst my class mates.
You may now explode with laughter.
This time I actually sought on Google for it. But, uh, Google replaced ".exe" with ".iso" and instead it showed me
How to make .iso bootable., I'm past that perimeter about 2/3 years ago.
Edited by RikTelner