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comment How can I prepend a byte to the beginning of a binary file in windows?
@techie007 I have an exe file which was downloaded incorrectly, starting from the second byte. So the file is complete except that it misses the very first byte. I know that all exe files must start with the byte 0x4d, so I want to recover the file by adding this byte to the beginning of it. I was just able to do it using a hex editor as per Ramhound's comment. I couldn' prepend the byte using hex editor, but I could create a new file with it, and then join these two files using "copy /b".
Nov
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comment How can I prepend a byte to the beginning of a binary file in windows?
@techie007 How can I create the OneByteFile.bin ? Say I want it to contain the byte 0x4d.
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comment How can I prepend a byte to the beginning of a binary file in windows?
@allquixotic Ideally I would like to be able to do it from cmd.exe with some kind of utility.
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comment Can opening an email (in Gmail) plant a virus on my computer?
But gmail doesn't display images in spam by default, so I guess there is no risk?
Dec
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comment What are possible consequences of frequent BSODs?
@FiascoLabs By saying "fix the driver", do you mean going back to windows vista and using its driver, or do you know some other solution?
Dec
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comment What are possible consequences of frequent BSODs?
I can't install Vista driver on windows 7 because it doesn't allow me to. It says "Wrong OS".
Dec
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comment What are possible consequences of frequent BSODs?
@TomWijsman I didn't record the error, I think it is different file every time. I can't fix the problem other than changing OS back to vista. My graphics card has no proper drivers for windows 7.
Dec
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comment What are possible consequences of frequent BSODs?
@techie007 The laptop was cleaned a year ago, and I don't think it is about overheating because it only BSoDs when I watch videos or play video games.
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comment Is disabling graphics driver and falling back to CPU for graphics processing a good solution?
From what I understood it seems to be a tool for developers to make sure that their applications work when there is no graphic card etc. I have no idea how to use it to make sure that online videos that I watch in firefox go through it.
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comment Is disabling graphics driver and falling back to CPU for graphics processing a good solution?
Have you ever used it?