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Reversing a 16-bit NE File Part 1: Clumsy and Unprepared


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Clumsy is quite appropriate word here. :) 

If I was doing something like that, I would have installed Windows 98 and used a debugger designed for NE executables (like good old Borland's Turbo Debugger) or proper decompiler for old VB versions (like VB RezQ).
But doing it all with Olly - that deserves some respect! :D

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Cool as. 

How about SoftIce? 

I tried getting it to run on XP and couldn't. Its hard to find it these days on the net too.

 

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I managed to find SoftIce 3.24 with IceDump on my old HDD. :) As their changelog says:

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What’s New in SoftICE 3.24 (versus 3.23)
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* Windows NT 5.0 beta 2 support
* Windows NT 4.0 sp 4 support
* Miscellaneous bug fixes

so, you have better chances running it on Win9x or NT4.x... ;)

Random links I did find:
http://xlb.es/Debuggers/Softices/
http://ftp.twaren.net/cpatch/patchutil/softice/source/

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crystalboy
2 hours ago, kao said:

so, you have better chances running it on Win9x or NT4.x... ;)

 

3 hours ago, mARROm said:

I tried getting it to run on XP and couldn't. Its hard to find it these days on the net too.

I remember that i was able to install in on Xp using the suite DriverStudio 3.2. The only problem was that mouse didn't work and you are forced to use a PS/2 mouse. That was the only limitation.

I need to search that in my old backup, if i will find it i will share :)

 

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