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#1 betrand

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Posted 02 May 2011 - 05:02 PM

Hi,
I'm looking for a good or not so good dos memory explorer. In google, dos "memory explorer" you just get
Memory Explorer 1.51p by Burkhard Lewetz (1990)(vetusware) as an obvious related tool.
Used to have vware account, now no :/ Any others?
Thanks :dubbio:

+ google "dos Memory Explorer" = 1 reply!! :w00t:

ok, this gives: 386MAX
Wiki, 386MAX (pronounced 386-to-the-max) was a computer memory manager for DOS-based personal computers. It competed with Quarterdeck's QEMM memory manager.

No, but I mean, something like in Hxd, see what's in ram :sos:

ok, new account in vetusware:)
"Problem with file download, admins have been made aware" message. :(

Mmm. Garbo might have what I'm lookin' for:
(google keyword "Memory Explorer" FREEdos
ftp://garbo.uwasa.fi/pc/filelist/INDEX.TXT
is the same file, older ver. Shall I find it?
+
http://195.83.118.1/...rbo/pc/memutil/ , there you go!
BTW that vermemx104 is by Neven Boianoff, not by 1st mentionned author. 1997 freeware.

I'm not on my pc, ll try later.
Thanks for reading ;)

Or am I on one of those days, where in fact there ARE loads of the aforementionned programs,
but here is me thinking, 'mapping isn't the same as exploring'??!


Google ram explorer dos, you...
MEMORY 4.3, Claudio Capiluppi

resident RAM explorer for DOS environment, which allows to
understand interactively what a host process is doing and how it works, by
means of several analysis functions.

for example.
http://www.google.co...f&aqi=&aql=&oq= (only one result.
Binary @ Sac. http://www.sac.sk/fi...es.php?d=16&l=M

Edited by betrand, 02 May 2011 - 06:02 PM.


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Posted 02 May 2011 - 06:10 PM

Still at SAC,
memview.zip Mem Viewer v1.98 - Memory viewer 196470
memvw.zip Memory Viewer v0.42 - Tiny Mem Viewer for DOS

A quick roundup,
memview.zip
memvw.zip

and the ones before,
memx104.zip
memory43.zip

r.

Edited by betrand, 02 May 2011 - 06:10 PM.


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Posted 03 May 2011 - 09:50 AM

Still at SAC,
memview.zip Mem Viewer v1.98 - Memory viewer 196470
memvw.zip Memory Viewer v0.42 - Tiny Mem Viewer for DOS

A quick roundup,
memview.zip
memvw.zip

and the ones before,
memx104.zip
memory43.zip

r.


memview.zip is win32.

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Posted 03 May 2011 - 11:32 AM

+ Mdgx.
link
MEM.EXE v1.11 16-bit DOS mode memory viewer

simtel mview042.zip

Edited by betrand, 03 May 2011 - 11:36 AM.


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Posted 03 May 2011 - 03:30 PM

:(

Members asking a question and then step by step answering themselves, are useful.

But when they also publish their results to the community, that is great!

Thanks

Peter :)

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Posted 03 May 2011 - 05:59 PM

:( Members asking a question and then step by step answering themselves, are useful.But when they also publish their results to the community, that is great!ThanksPeter :)


Yop! Hi PscEx. :)

Always good to have an answer by 'you guys' :) :P

useful

Cool:)

step by step answering themselves

Yep, I thought it would be nice, listing the apps.

publish their results

Yep, I'm a slow one. Plus no internet @ home. Oh and by the way I've never done any of that before. So I'm taking it slowly.

Too, sometimes, one starts a project, and other stuff gets in the way, so you forget then about it. :/
Therefore, Slow.

Anyway,

results

Erm, what results? What are you expecting? :heh:
Me just trying, .. no 'I just rewrote the whole random m. accessing by way of the stack controls' from me :)

Ok, which software is best?
Tried two. memx104 &memory43.
I like m104 cause, erm.. It seems easier? Both hex-edit things,
actually it reminded me of the Wendy thing, 6.3.3patch. I edited 1999 in ram, to 2999,
did a ver, and guess what?
For the moment, I'm still a bit lost.
Ok, the 104 one.
select ints, hma, etc, to view, hexmode, textmode?, to edit.
the 43 one seems more formal, options though are things I don't know of. (so cant rememb)

Also I'm trying to see what's in memory, read with the plop new version topic, but me aint perticularly technical, unlike all you guys :) , so that's why I won't venture too much.

Ok, I wanted to see if I could pick up a trace of plopbt in mem after a warm reboot, but
I can't see references to it in ascii, just code, so :/ .

Thanks, danke shaun.
r.

ps:
I think I got it wrong, descriptions mixed-up. :ranting2: :( fixed.

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you can dump stuff with 104, to a file.

Edited by betrand, 03 May 2011 - 06:21 PM.


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Posted 03 May 2011 - 06:20 PM

Maybe question of poor german>english and following poor english>french)

Perhaps I misunderstood your reply, or you misunderstood my post.

My post was really meant as a "Congratulation" and I appreciate all members like you!

Peter

#8 betrand

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Posted 03 May 2011 - 06:28 PM

:)
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and of course, :ranting2: :heh:

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Posted 03 May 2011 - 06:33 PM

So used, in this world, people wanting more, One's not used to gratitude /tification :(
+ yeah, it's good to keep the site clean, so I did that :)

:(

Edited by betrand, 03 May 2011 - 06:40 PM.


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Posted 03 May 2011 - 06:54 PM

Therefore, I gratefully accept the thanks B)Plus you guys know everything :(, so I really thought you wanted feedback!
:) :(

Edited by betrand, 03 May 2011 - 07:07 PM.


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Posted 04 May 2011 - 04:29 PM

Ok :);

MEM.EXE from mdgx ((indirect link) link is cool as, just a fullscreen display of
mem with scroll. :) simple.

The memory43 is good as there is a search function (f7).+ edit function, but small display box.
The memx104 is very good (except for search function (none)), all functions (view, edit, +), with things
more complex (segments).



Addition 22/09/11,
RJDOS, (RJames, Shards floppy anyone?)
Find it on Romos page.
http://www.bttr-soft...try.php?id=7886

From the Readme file, "Memory" can be viewed like a disk drive :)
Btw, as a shell, "type the name of the directory to change into it".

Tiny DOS shell v0.01a - ©2009 Richard L. James

However *BIG WATCHOUT* - if you have a directory called IVTUTIL and a program
called IVTUTIL, preference is currently given to the program called IVTUTIL !
If you need to change to the directory type IVTUTIL. - yes that's a FULLSTOP!

To go up a directory type: ..
To go to the root directory type: \

Browsing "memory" like a DISK drive
..
Under RJDOS if you
type !: this will "change" into viewing memory like a disk drive. You can then
list what ROMS have been found, do a DIR, get addresses of LPT1 etc


:thumbsup:

Edit.

Volkov Commander can, also.
And http://sourceforge.n...s/doszip/files/ doszip too.
Good.




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