Computer Dictionary/Expanded Memory Specification
access to memory other than conventional memory in [[Computer Dictionary/real mode|real mode]].
Expanded memory is provided through a page frame of at least 64 kilobytes in the reserved memory address region. Access to this memory is provided by an [[Computer Dictionary/expanded memory manager|expanded memory manager]] (EMM) software. The EMM functions are accessible through interrupt 67H.
A complete discussion of EMS and programming examples can be found in ["PC System Programming for developers", 1989, ISBN 1-55755-035-2 (Book only) and ISBN 1-55755-036-0 (Book and diskette)].
See also upper memory block.
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