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Old 12-13-2003, 07:44 PM
croma croma is offline
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Default Scala InfoChannel Designer 3 (VBOX 4.6.2)

Hi all,
I would like to ask some help about unpacking a program wrapped with VBOX version 4.6.2.
The program is Scala InfoChannel Designer 3, from
After installation the packed program is MMOS.exe.
Well, I easily unpacked it following a tutorial, then I worked hard to rebuild the IAT.
Now the problem is to fix the entry point.
Usually programs are VC++ so I bpx on GetVersion to break inside code at the beginning to retrieve the right OEP.
But this program seems to be compiled with Watcom C++ and it seems doesn't use the same initialization scheme as Microsoft.
If somebody can help me to fix OEP I really appreciate him/her.
Thanks for your time.


PS. Thanks RET
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Old 12-13-2003, 09:27 PM
+Malik +Malik is offline
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Try Wosits file type archive i believe it has texts on the way Watcom and other C++/C compilers form their exe code :!:

Good Luck, Work Well, Good health,
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Old 11-20-2004, 06:24 AM
cybermoslim cybermoslim is offline
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Default me too

hi croma, i'm busy with this as well, did you manage to fix it?

can you mail me at

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Old 01-25-2005, 04:53 PM
Richard Richard is offline
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Default Hi

Just interested if anyone managed to get any further with this project, I would be willing to help out in anyway I can..

Not bad with C etc.
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