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- adjective computing That can be
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NES uses non-maskable interrupts (NMIs) generated by PPU in the end of each frame (so-called VBlank interrupts).
Hercules emulation generates non-maskable interrupts which conflict with OS/2 initialization.
Yes, that's maskable a little behind the tech curve reporting on things they don't have
If they pulled off the home menu thing it just means they have a non maskable IRQ somewhere in there and decent state save / restore code to keep the games working, plus some help from their custom hardware.
Two wire serial (TWS) interface with maskable interrupt for expanded functionality.
NMI: 0 0 Non-maskable interrupts LOC: 5806923 6239132 Local timer interrupts