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GuyonAsm



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When i load my fasm files up under Win32Dasm i get the message "This PE File is not in standard windows format." Is this because of the assembler or perhaps i have my data sections ordered wrong or something, i just dont know, but i can't hook my own fasm apps and it pisses me off =(. Anyone care to explain if there is a way to get it to the Standard Windows Format?

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GuyonAsm.

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Post 06 Nov 2003, 00:02
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Tomasz Grysztar



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It seems it's enough to put your data sections after the code section to make it satisfied.
Post 06 Nov 2003, 00:28
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GuyonAsm



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GuyonAsm
Okay thanks, i thought there was more to it than that.

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OllyDbg has never compained about section ordering.
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roticv



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Not everyone debugs in Ollydbg.
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