What are names of files to search and replace using the hex

August 9, 2013 at 02:34:57
Specs: Windows 2000
Hi,

Following the procedure cited 6 February 2013 that exposed Brada about installing adobe-flash-player using the hex editor in W2k, I'd like someone to tell me if it's the same procedure to make Adobe Reader 11.0.03 (32bit). They told me that there was this version compatible with W2k. Well no, it must trade with the hex editor.
For FP, it's good for me!
If not, what are the files to find and replace?
If someone could also give me the names of the files to find and replace for Skype 5, 17 Firefox, Opera 12.16et Windows Media Player! thank you


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August 9, 2013 at 02:46:20
What are names of files to search and replace using the hex editor to work under W2k (adobe reader11.0.03, skype5, firefox17, opera12.16)

Hi,

Following the procedure Cited 6 February 2013 That exposed Brada about Installing adobe-flash-player using the hex editor in W2k, I'd like someone to tell me if it's the same procedure to make Adobe Reader 11.0.03 (32bit). They Told Me That there was this version that is compatible with W2k. Well no, it must trade with the hex editor.
For FP, it's good for me!
If not, what are the files to find and replace?
If aussi Could someone give me the names of the files to find and replace for Skype5, Firefox17, Opera12.16 and Windows Media Player! thank you


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August 9, 2013 at 07:44:58
Taking a hex editor to an executable file is a lot like taking whiteout and a pen to a book. You can change the story, but you need to know the story well enough that your changes make sense. In the example you're quoting, you get lucky because the software is using the new variants of older functions, but the program's treating them like their Win2K compatible counterparts. You might not be as lucky with other programs. They might require the newer functionality of the newer functions, or there could be no easily compatible old equivalent. It might be time to consider a modern OS on modern hardware.

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August 9, 2013 at 13:09:24
Hi,

I know perfectly well that W2k is an old man who is no longer supported by Miscrosoft OS. Meanwhile, I'm not the only one to use W2k at present. In addition, I am also aware that it is imperative to change the system to access the new features. But I just wondered information whether it was possible to use executables files modified by a hexadecimal editor (adobe reader11.0.03, Firefox17, opera12.16, skype5.0.26), all 32-bit and compatible with W2k offered by some sites. In the excutant, they prove that there are missing files. But for that, I just wanted to know the names of files to search and replace to change them with a hex editor and find out if it was possible. Well, I hope I have been a little clearer about what I'm asking. And finally, all those who can not give information about the subject and the type of questions, do not answer. Regards


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