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    Ahh, that's useful information; thank you Elysia!...

    Ahh, that's useful information; thank you Elysia!

    Cheers to everyone who contributed to this thread. I can't believe I was stumped by something as simple as power management.
    Occam's Razor...
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    Ahh yes, so you can! I actually had no idea that...

    Ahh yes, so you can! I actually had no idea that the user had any real control over processing power. To be honest, before reading some of the replies in this thread, I was unsure about whether or...
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    Thank you both for the further replies; they have...

    Thank you both for the further replies; they have both been extremely helpful! The program is not running in debug mode, Elysia, but your previous, not-so-silly question has revealed to me that I may...
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    Thank you all for the quick responses! To...

    Thank you all for the quick responses!

    To answer Cyberfish and Nominal's question, both systems are running the exact same binary. It was compiled as a 32-bit application on the old system using...
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    CPU Clock Speed ∝ IPS?

    Hello!

    It's been over two years since I last visited these boards. I have to say, it's good to see some old faces/avatars again!

    while(nostalgic())
    {RefrainFromPrattlingOn();}

    As you have...
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    Thanks for your quick replies people! From...

    Thanks for your quick replies people!

    From what JohnLeeroy said, I know that 'API' is the wrong term for what I'm after. Cheers for the clarity. I think I'm actually asking about plugins or...
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    Programming APIs

    Hey guys. Just a few quick questions about application functionality. (Please move to appropriate board if necessary.) My first question is about the windows command prompt. I found myself wondering...
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    Thankyou for all the replies. This...

    Thankyou for all the replies.



    This actually makes alot of sense, I should have thought of it myself. As I said, I'm trying to get the hang of debugging but it looks like this is a much more...
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    Cheers for the quick replies Sipher. Yeah, I...

    Cheers for the quick replies Sipher.

    Yeah, I have multiple debuggers (for comparison purposes) but I am kinda new to debugging and am trying to get use to it. It seems like a handy skill to have....
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    What is a hex dump?

    Hey all, I could do with a little help if anyone would be so kind.

    I am currently debugging a program of mine which involves creating a messagebox. I wish to insert a breakpoint after some code...
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    Dave has helped me out a few times in the past as...

    Dave has helped me out a few times in the past as well, and I, too, am extremely grateful for everything he has done here. I also had no idea what he was going through. My thoughts are with him and...
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    Thankyou very much for all the replies. I...

    Thankyou very much for all the replies.
    I understand alot more now :)
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    Thanks again cyberfish. I will certainly stick to...

    Thanks again cyberfish. I will certainly stick to high level languages for now (I already know a little C++). However, I am fascinated by reverse engineering, and I believe that asm knowlage is...
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    Ahh I see. Thanks Cyberfish, I think I...

    Ahh I see. Thanks Cyberfish, I think I understand.

    So if I compiled a high level language program on one machine and transferred the executable file to another machine, then it may not run if the...
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    Thankyou both, they were very helpful answers. ...

    Thankyou both, they were very helpful answers.

    Just to clarify, when creating an asm program, an assembler converts the asm code to binary which is stored in the executable file. (As oppose to the...
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    Very basic computer sience

    Hi all. I have a bunch of questions, if you will kindly indulge me :)
    I have always wanted to know in depth how computer systems work. I have done a little research and have discovered (please...
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    Ok, thankyou for the information. I am currently...

    Ok, thankyou for the information. I am currently using Dev-C++ 4.9.9.2 which may very well be outdated. Since Visual Studio compilers seem like a very popular choice, and alot of environment specific...
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    Woah, looks like I jumped in at the deep end....

    Woah, looks like I jumped in at the deep end. Didn't realize that SIDs came into it at all. Ok will get to work again. Thanks for the help.
    P.S. With regards to deleting everything above the hToken...
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    Ok, so I've been trying to fix up the code that...

    Ok, so I've been trying to fix up the code that BobS0327 provided. (Thanks again :))
    The extra function that he provided (the DisplayError function) printed the following:



    WARNING:...
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    Thankyou very much for the code Bob, will get to...

    Thankyou very much for the code Bob, will get to work on it soon.
    :D
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    Oh, yeah I was using the one that came with the...

    Oh, yeah I was using the one that came with the compiler. In all honesty, I was unaware that the system had a winnt.h... Where is this? Is it best to use this or download an up to date DDK?

    EDIT:...
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    The definition in winnt.h is different because it...

    The definition in winnt.h is different because it lacks certain members (including ElevationType, which is the one I intended to use.) I have come across this code several times on the internet (the...
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    GetTokenInformation() confusion

    Heya all.

    I have spent the whole day trying to write a function that will return 0 if the process is running elevated. (It's been a while since I wrote anything Windows related.) Eventually, I...
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    Thanks

    Just wanted to say thanks everyone for all your helpful replies. Rootkits are without a doubt the nastiest piece of malicious software I've ever come across so thanks for the advice on detecting,...
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    Rootkit?! Any advice?

    Hi all. I know there are many smart and helpful people on these forums and I could really do with some advice.

    Windows Media Player recently prompted me to download a program in order to view...
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