lately i started learning assembly from a book that first gets you through many things about processors, memory, logical&physical addresses and many others... now, what i dont understand is:
any element from a segment is available through an logical address that has two elements: a selector and an offset. Selector is used as an index to select the descriptor from descriptors table. Where is located (if i can say thus) that logical address and the descriptors table (somehow in physical memory?) Thanks.
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I'm not sure but as far as I know you can access physical memory when you're in real mode which there is nothing more than exact offset:segment or the reverse.But if you want to address more than the 1 MB limit of memory in 8bit real mode,you should …
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