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load and run .exe file from ram

Posted on 2008-10-25
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Hello everyone

I have an application to call a .exe file via dos command.

Is it possilbe to preload the .exe file into ram and call via command line?

B.Regards

interdev
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can you be more specific? like you have applicaiton A, which is a windows application, which executes application B, which is a DOS application by calling it with some custom command line and you want which of those 2 to be loaded in ram? if there is something I'm missing, please fill in.
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by:interdev
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Thanks for your reply.

It is:

windows application A call DOS application B

I hope B can be hosted in RAM and called via dos command.

Best Regards

interdev
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