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BSAVE files are essentially partial memory dumps from the "old" DOS days. I have some old files created using BSAVE and would like to open them with a windows image editing application...Does anyone know of such an application?

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I believe the format of BSAVEd files is device-dependent, meaning it depends on the video card in use at the time of the BSAVE. Do you have any more information about your files?

You might try PicEm. It knows about many obsolete graphics formats.

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Thanks, PicEm didn't work, but I did get a resolution...I'll post it momentarily. – Dave Mackey Jun 16 '10 at 13:42
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I ended up using FreeBasic to load and dump the files. You can see the thread including the code utilized here: http://www.freebasic.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=12554&highlight=

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+1 thanks for the follow-up – I. J. Kennedy May 16 '12 at 0:45

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