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I'm a beginner in the assembly language. I have softice 4.05 nT installed on Windows Xp machine. The softice has all the patches and fixes but still when i use BPX HMEMCPY i get an error "Symbol not defined". And the address of the memory always starts from 744C instead of 040..Please anser both
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I don't think SoftICE 4.05 is compatible with XP.

See:  http://frontline.compuware.com/nashua/kb/doc/1348.asp

where it indicates that SI 4.2.6 is required for XP SP1.
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