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Hello Could someone Please give me an idea as to how should I try to play .wav file on an x86 using assembly language in Real mode at the computer startup. Basically at the time when OS has not yet booted.
Thank you

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If there is no OS, there can't be a file system either.
How are you proposing to load the .WAV file to be played?
How are you going to locate the appropriate audio device?

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If there is no OS, there can't be a file system either.
How are you proposing to load the .WAV file to be played?
How are you going to locate the appropriate audio device?

I will read the sectors using INT13 BIOS and the disk already has a FAT file system.

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I will read the sectors using INT13 BIOS and the disk already has a FAT file system.

that won't work for huge hard drive partitions -- those larger than about 2 gig.

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Seems like you're up on the issues, what's holding you back?

How do I begin i.e. First of all I should know how to play a .wav file using C that would tell me how to play it in assembly. But I dont know anything about .wav files and how to play them. So could someone point me to a resource please

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