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  1. #1
    stanks
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    W32Dasm

    Hi!

    Anybody know for W32Dasm for Win3.1

    thx in advance
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

  2. #2
    mr_R_hund
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    I'm not sure what you're talking about...
    W32dasm doesn't exist in 16-bit versione, however, you can with it disassemble 16 bit programs if you like.

    My point: use regular w32dasm for Windows 3.1 programs, or get another disassembler that works in windows 3.1.
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

  3. #3
    mr_R_hund
    > I'm not sure what you're talking about...
    >W32dasm doesn't exist in 16-bit versione, >however, you can with it disassemble 16 bit >programs if you like.

    You are dead wrong mr_R_hund.There's a windows disassmebler for win3.1
    Stanks search wdasm15 in ftp site ,you will find it
    Happy reversing
    regards
    esther

  4. #4
    mr_R_hund
    Guest
    Yes, but there's a reason it's called w32dasm, you know.

    The windows disassembler you mentioned can not disassemble 32-bit programs, (i think?)

    Anyways, sorry for the misunderstanding
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

  5. #5
    Hey,
    Sorry,maybe I'm too harshed,he wants a win3.1 disassembler.Stanks don't knoe that
    w32dasm is for 32bits or 16bits. I apologise
    No hard feelings hehhe
    cya around
    esther

  6. #6
    stanks
    Guest
    Hi!

    Thank you esther for info about WDasm15.
    For your information mr_R_hund and esther, W32Dasm WORKS FINE under win 3.1x (if you don't believe try it). Check in W32Dasm help and you will see this:
    "...dialog formats are not completely supported by NT 3.5 and some dialog controls will not display properly.

    It will also load on Windows 3.11 with W32s but the debugger operation will be unpredictable."

    BTW who cares for debugger. We use Soft Ice. Don't we?

    Greetz
    I promise that I have read the FAQ and tried to use the Search to answer my question.

  7. #7
    Hey Stanks,
    Its important to use the "right" tools for
    the right os.Sometimes using w32dasm
    to debug is much better than sice.Reverse
    more progs,you will see...
    Anyways,Happy reversing

    cya

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