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    PVDasm v1.7c (32Bit / 64Bit)

    Hey all,

    A new version is up, and boy it fixes a lot!
    Also, PVDasm has now a whole new website design! so check out http://www.pvdasm.tk-labs.com to download the latest versions.

    Change Log:

    • Fixed the bug in the status bar, when clicking on a disassembled line PVDasm did not show the actual Code Address / Code Offset.
    • Fixed a nasty crash when PVDasm tried to resolve an APIs calls way outside of the current disassembled [code] section. (Bad Pointer, access violation)
    • Fixed a nasty crash when PVDasm tried to access a dword instead of a word from a memory location, which caused a memory acceess violation crash.
    • Increased buffer size in XRef resolving, which caused a stack run time error.
    • Fixed PVDasm (64bit) Import table resolve!! PVDasm 64Bit crashed due to memory access violation when tried accessing the import table using PIMAGE_THUNK_DATA64 instead of PIMAGE_THUNK_DATA32 for normal PE files. this is done by adding #define PIMAGE_THUNK_DATA PIMAGE_THUNK_DATA32 for x64 build.
    • PE/PE+ Editor fixed in PVDasm 64Bit!!
    • Menu bar re-ordered.


    Notes:
    • New website design
    • Thanks to the bug fixes above, old 16bit binaries loads much safer now.
    • PVDasm is now fully 32/64 bit compatible!
    • PVDasm doesn't support Win7 process task manager (yet?), so it may crash when attempting to read/attach a process.
    • PVDasm 64bit has an issue with Common Controls 6 manifest configuration, enabling the manifest causes the virtual list view to die (notifications not receiving), disabling manifest causes a defect in the tool bar control... only sulution is to try and rewrite it.
    • Hex Editor might not load on 64Bit version, I will look into it.
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    Great little tool bengaly, quick concerns

    1. The 64bit version's task manager doesnt seem to work, it does not display any processes for me. Im on Windows 7 64bit.
    2. Also i'll tell you later but when i loaded a dll into it, it crashed. I will investigate further on this one though
    3. The ollydbg theme, does it work? is is suppose to just be a gray and black color scheme? just wondering.

    Also just a small request if possible, could you have it remember its last size/position. Just my personal pref to have it sized the way i wanted it instead of always taking up the whole screen by default.

    regards,
    gen

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    Programmer Run Amock... Bengaly's Avatar
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    Hey,

    1. Yeah, I know about the process manager in win7 64, I wanted to fix it last once the 64 bit version of pvdasm was more stable.

    2. Either upload the .dll here so I could examine or give a crash info ( .dll is better )

    3. I'll add user preferences file for more control

    4. As for the themes, they are only colors indeed. If you have some ideas to extend it please share
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