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chris



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Ancient One wrote:
using the original idea, but this time only 104 bytes! here's the code


Really impressive, I found no matter how many times you have optimized your code, once it is out here, there is someone who can make it better. Wink
Thanks A1, I know you are an expert on this topic, I learned much from your 98-byte program before I wrote the shutd0wn.
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Doesn't seem to work on vista. Quite ironic error message lol.

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dw0rek wrote:

Doesn't seem to work on vista. Quite ironic error message lol.


Just sounds like SizeOfImage is messed up? Or perhaps the file is interpreted as a DOS executable...

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