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#1 wimb

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Posted 19 April 2019 - 07:25 AM

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Tiny Hexer - file mpth_18.exe is Installer and that version has Structure Viewer.

Uploaded from https://www.softpedi...iny-hexer.shtml

The folder scripts\Structure Viewer contains the scripts made by jaclaz

Copy the folder scripts to your C:\Program Files (x86)\Tiny Hexer folder.

More Info on using Tiny Hexer Scripts and Structure Viewer was given in http://reboot.pro/to...-hexer-scripts/

For WimOverlay.dat Structure Viewer see http://reboot.pro/to...n-vhd/?p=210758

TinyHexer-WimOverlay-2.dat-2019-04-19_105428.png == TinyHexer-WimOverlay-GPT-2019-04-19_213331.png

The Portable Version of TinyHexer is mpth_small.exe and is available in folder tinyhexer

In any case always run TinyHexer as administrator, otherwise you get no access to the Disk drives

Click here to download this file

#2 erwan.l

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Posted 19 April 2019 - 12:04 PM

Nice one, thanks for that.

Any way to make it a portable/zip version?

 

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#3 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 19 April 2019 - 12:25 PM

Nice one, thanks for that.
Any way to make it a portable/zip version?
 
Regards,
Erwan

Ow, comeon, we have been using Tiny Hexer since the dawn of time (and it has been discontinued by its Author), there are (were) a few versions, I believe they are all intrinsically "portable", but (among a few others) the main feature (why it is such a useful program) is because it can be scripted and has a scriptable (not too simple, but since I can more or less half-@§§edly manage it, not too difficult either) Structure Viewer capability (that is missing in the reduced "minimal" version which was largely used in BartPE's)

See for more references and the - by now "historical" - Structure Viewers I put together at the time:
http://reboot.pro/to...-hexer-scripts/

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#4 wimb

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Posted 19 April 2019 - 01:20 PM

Nice one, thanks for that.

Any way to make it a portable/zip version?

 

 

The Portable Version of TinyHexer is mpth_small.exe and is available in folder tinyhexer in UEFI_MULTI-addon (collection of Portable Apps) and in VHD_WIMBOOT

 

However, that version does not have the Structure Viewer.

 

In any case always run TinyHexer as administrator, otherwise you get no access to the Disk drives

 

TinyHexer-WimOverlay-2.dat-2019-04-19_105428.png == TinyHexer-WimOverlay-GPT-2019-04-19_213331.png


#5 gbrao

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Posted 20 April 2019 - 06:23 AM

Nice one, thanks for that.

Any way to make it a portable/zip version?

 

Regards,

Erwan

 

I used yaP

 

TinyHexerPortable.ini

; configuration file for yaP v0.7.x (http://rolandtoth.hu/yaP/)
; application name: 
; version: 
; website: 

[GENERAL]
application = Tiny Hexer\mpth.exe
; commandline = 
; workdir = 

[BEFORE]
dir = %APPDATA%\mirkes.de :: ADRO
; file = %Appdata%\Dir\File.ini
; regkey = HKCU\Software\RegKey

[AFTER]
; -dir = %Appdata%\Dir :: ifempty
; -file = %Appdata%\File*
-regkey = HKCU\Software\mirkes.de


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EDIT ; Sorry, it also creates a reg entry

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\mirkes.de

 

Will modify the ini file, test and post

 

EDIT2 : modified the "code" in this post.

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#6 erwan.l

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Posted 20 April 2019 - 03:57 PM

Thanks @gbrao, @wimb !

 

I am quite a big fan of HxD (or winhex but this one is not free) but I have read more than one over here about tinyhexer and I shall  see for myself about this structure viewer.






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