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  2. Rever7eR

    UPX unpacker Delphi Src

    I wanna develop my own tools to gain some knowledge ! thanks for the last link
  3. Apuromafo

    UPX unpacker Delphi Src

    upx -d why need a app if google about that exist work for do that and are used as pay method https://www.freelancer.cl/projects/php-delphi/unpacker-for-upx-fsg-delphi/ but in experience, only for unpack upx, need -d command in the original upx example packed.exe upx -d packed.exe or understand how https://www.codeproject.com/Articles/99873/Write-Your-Own-Unpacker or but if really need some in pascal maybe in some sdk https://code.google.com/archive/p/glory/source/default/source?page=10
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  5. Rever7eR

    UPX unpacker Delphi Src

    Hello eveyone , Am looking for a source code for UPX unpacker written in Delphi, I couldn't find anything on the internet . Any article , link , code snippet will be more than helpful . thanks in advance .
  6. Apuromafo

    Scylla Plugins Port for Delphi

    thanks, compiled say pecompact plugin
  7. https://github.com/shemesh999/oregami
  8. https://github.com/GautamGreat/Scylla_Delphi_Plugin
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  10. Ok wait one moment, do you mean it only supports M key?But the M Key are just that PCIe types and not SSD SATA types which have both B and M keys!?Just want to be sure so before they told I can use both types!=? Look here a example image of a SSD M2 SATA 2280 which has B+M keys = 2 recesses.Can I use this or not?Just asking only. https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61GrDNFfbmL._AC_SL1280_.jpg By the way, maybe I could ask else....so are there any SSD or PCIe M2 card types I can NOT USE with my mainboard (dont asking about the lenght 22xx)?At the moment I thought I could use all = both types only M key or B+M key etc.Now I am confused again. Next question about my SATA port 2.So the NVME = PCIe high speed thing and not that SSD SATA thing or?I also thought if I choose that PCIe NVME card means that all my 4 SATA ports keep alive to use them for other 4 devices.If I should decide to grab a SSD SATA (which is B+M key) type and which is slower than PCIe types then my SATA port 2 is gone....or?As I said I am confused now again, so I thought I did check that now to understand the diffrents between those M2 cards.Uhhmm. greetz
  11. OK, so from that thread I assume you have this motherboard. Your motherboard is actually quite good! So this is what it supports: 1 x M.2 Socket 3, , with M Key, type 2242/2260/2280 storage devices support (both SATA & x2 PCIE mode)*1 So remember these important points: It is "M Key" and "Type 2242/2260/2280" . When doing a search to buy the storage modules you want to check that these parameters match. Read more about M.2 Form Factor here. So you can buy an NVME with those parameters above matching. You can choose company and disk size according to your budget. Of course check out the reviews too from sites like Tom's Hardware etc. You also have 4 SATA ports for 4 ordinary SATA drives (4 x SATA 6Gb/s port(s), gray,) . So what they say is that if you install an NVME then port 2 would be non-usable. It should not be a problem since you have 3 more. So just go ahead and buy an NVME. Make sure it is M KEY and Type 2242/2260/2280.
  12. So in my Windows Topic I made a while ago we found already out that my Mainboard should support both versions SSD & PCIe (just unsure whether my SATA 2 port get disabled if I should connect a SSD SATA M2 card instead a PCIe M2).So what is the bus speed now?Do you mean that SATA 6 thing?Maybe you can have a look in this topic I made talking about SSD / PCIe & my Mainboard etc to check the bus. https://forum.tuts4you.com/topic/41784-installing-win-7-problem/ I am still not sure what I should choose.Like this... https://ssd.userbenchmark.com/SpeedTest/341807/WDC-WDS250G2B0B-00YS70 ...just a SSD one but on this benchmark site it has very bad results what makes me think I should better forget this model and pick something like this... https://ssd.userbenchmark.com/SpeedTest/636955/ADATA-SX8200PNP right? greetz
  13. Yes, unless explicitly disabled. If you use it for storage then you will benefit from fastrer I/O times. Before buying it, it's better to check if your motherboard supports it (or not). Otherwise would be a huge hassle and waste of time for nothing. Even if it supports, if the bus speed is very low then you may not gain much more additional benefits in terms of I/O.
  14. LCF-AT

    Opera Pink?WTF!

    Hi guys, short new question.Does anyone know how to disable or change the used language in browsers? Example: Some sites I do visit do set the language I use by itself and or do redirect the page and adding the language extension before the site... Somesite.com to de.Somesite.com ....I dont like that auto handling also not if I dont need the German language or translation of any site and wanna visit it original what is mostly in English language of course.So how I can setup this in browser itself anywhere (Brave & Firefox)?I just remember that I was using Brave with English language a longer while ago and I wasnt redirected to German language but in my case I wanna use the German browser language only for browser itself but not for internet sites.Does anyone how that how to setup this? greetz
  15. HDD regenerator 2011 can do a quick scan for bad clusters on your disk due to magnetic error, and it can fix them it's quite an interesting tool. 100% disk activity often on page file reads was extremely common symptom though it would hang the machine for a minute even. Not the most common problem though and when I had it, the problem kept happening repeatedly until I had to replace the disk though I avoided data loss. Chkdsk can show if any bad clusters have been found, happens on old disks sometimes. Win10 defragger is enough, but for heavy power users with MFT, page file or other system file fragmentation, a good boot time defrag now and then has always improved speed slightly for me. You won't get more than 2 or 3% though typically. But I have not found a free one that does a good enough job anymore... not that I'm encouraging to crack or find a serial You can put data on SSD but its priority is for where fast reads and writes are most beneficial. 200GB of movies, pictures and music for example are definetely wasting valuable SSD space. Yes go with NVMe or PCIe or SATA or the best SSD for your bus speed as the cost is close enough to the same.
  16. CodeExplorer

    Coronavirus

    I watched the whole thread. Please avoid personal attacks!!! The fact that I didn't erase or hide posts DOES NOT means that I agree with everything is being said, I am only agree with few things from this thread.
  17. Hi guys, so it means my HDD is a HDD and not SSD = Defraggler (portable) tool is wrong showing info.Does Windows 10 defrag the HDDs by itself if needed etc? Ok, so you mean using a SSD is only good to perform quick runnings like boot & access / loading files from system disk and not using SSD as storage for file / backups etc.I am still checking for any SSD or PCIe M2 card (still not sure which type I should pick now) using it as new system drive later.SSD has something like 500 MB/s read / write and PCIe something with 1500 MB/s.Do I need this?Yesterday I did copy some GB from one HDD to other and I got only a copy / write speed of 25 - 30 MB/s whats really bad.No clue why it was so bad this time so before its running double so fast.Maybe the defrag I did has done something to make it slower or whatever.Bad thing is that I did install my OS on my older HDD which is much slower than my newer HDD.Uhhmm!Ok, my fault.Just wanted to use the newer HDD as storage only and my smaller old HDD as system drive.Anyway, will see to get any M2 card and throwing then my old HDD out of my computer. greetz
  18. You could also try using the Extended Tools plugin in Process Hacker to monitor disk activity, then filter by process if required. My preference though would be using Resource Monitor, as @atom0s already mentioned. You can filter a process to see everything happening with it on the Overview tab plus it catches things like Page File activity. Leave Windows 10 to optimise (or defragment) your drives, no need for another program to do this work... Ted.
  19. Have a try for "Disk Pulse Ultimate". It can detect/monitor whatever action taken place within your system, really powerful tool.
  20. If you are using Win7/8/10, you can also use the built-in perfmon with the /res switch. It can be accessed easily via Task Manager as well. CTRL+ALT+Delete > Performance tab > Open Resource Monitor at the bottom.
  21. Sangavi

    Coronavirus

    From the W.H.O: Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for the public: When and how to use masks
  22. Yes it's a Seagate Barracuda 2TB HDD according to the info you provided. If you check out the tools then you can see which process is using the HDD for the maximum time and continue from that point. You can actually sort through the list of apps that take up most of the HDD time to the one taking up the lowest time to have some sort of a starting point for your investigation. Otherwise you don't have anywhere concrete to start.
  23. If you boot off an SSD and if you have one it would be ridiculous not to, Windows boots in a few seconds usually whether SATA or the even faster NVMe. If it's a magnetic drive it will take much longer like a minute or two. If you are using SSD for data that would be wasteful since the speed of it is best suited for OS and apps. Empirical for sure. Speedfan 4.52vwill give S.M.A.R.T info which is not present for SSDs and for SSD only shows temperature. My guess is Windows detects the existence of a TRIM command and assumes SSD if the ATA interface indicates it. The exact technical detail here would be really interesting to know. The details of how the drive functions seems to be totally hidden from the system. So we can be sure it's a protocol method and TRIM command is the only major difference I know of. It's why clean and clean all in diskpart securely (short of lab recovery which is still difficult) removes all data instantly without using a full drive write cycle. Unless trim is disabled and even then it's very fast but it just used 1 of the 10000 write cycles. 100% for SSD is not common in my experience. A bad or old ATA driver could influence this too. Make sure to update your chipset drivers and Speedfan or CPU-Z can help identify your chipset manufacturer and model. If you have bad clusters on a magnetic drive, 100% would be a common problem. First you must identify the drive type as you say. I still suspect though kernel driver operation is to blame in System process ID 0. It could even be a virus on the system or a 3rd party driver, or a user mode program which keeps opening files for no reason and causes the antivirus software to excessively check stuff. I will tell you this is a painful and not fun project you are embarking on. Though it is important if you want to not be frustrated with you computer. Hope we can learn how you solve it and that the ideas and knowledge here helped
  24. Hi again, does it mean I cant check anyhow via Windows itself or any tool whether my space disk is a SSD or not?When I enter my HDD name from taskmanger on internet than I can find it on a benchmark site for HDD... https://hdd.userbenchmark.com/SpeedTest/466743/ST2000DM008-2FR102 ....its a HDD if I am not total stupid.Just wonder why this Defraggler tool does show it as SSD disk. PS: No I didnt check any of those tools yet Gorina.I dont think that it would help to find out what does increase my active time to 100%.Similar like using Resource manager so there you cant see this too.You can check the EA read / write / all times what used most at the moment but also at this time the HDD active time can be on 100% or also 0% and the EA times and processes are still same running.Thats the problem. greetz
  25. Progman

    Coronavirus

    The homemade cotton masks look like a bit of work but are certainly inexpensive to make if you will spend the time. However they are nowhere as safe as the N95 masks, but better than nothing so beware. Even if it came out of the lab in Wuhan, considering the US has tons of spies there, and is well known to be engaged in hostile counter intelligence, and had tons of intelligence reports out of China from their spy networks there in January or before. Honestly we will never know. That lab was under surveillance, whatever discoveries were made there were almost certainly stolen and studied elsewhere. The speculation in this area can be studied based on economic and political effects and monitoring who benefits and how they benefit. I still feel if we trace the chain of transmission which requires every case along with its exact time of detection, and exact location among other details, troubling things could emerge. Scientists who studied HIV found it was reported simultaneously in multiple places across Africa, making it highly probable it was started by a bad vaccine and not any of the outlandish ape or monkey to human nonsense. The hallmark of the hidden hand of controlled spread via technology. Computer programs can take the details of the datw if it were better quality than summary totals, then model the chain of transmission, and if some super spreaders or remote feeding tech were at work, it would be able to show anomalies that are suspicious. I find hundreds of mathematicians and scientists playing with primitive models for overall growth. These models assume so many constant rates among other things But few are looking into the important details partly because it's not as urgent to see if anything makes sense, as it is to flatten the curve and save lives. Any real scientists know that it is critic to do the better more difficult complex analysis. And the results will be silenced and ignored by media outlets rest assured just as what happened with HIV.
  26. 4D43

    Coronavirus

    If_You_Think_You_Can_Handle_The_Truth,_Here_It_Is!_(2020).mp4
  27. Gorina

    Coronavirus

    Another nice link where they show how to make masks based on guidance from the Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin:
  28. Did you check out the tools that are mentioned in this article? They are quite good actually.
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