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    does any one know of a program that can mod .exe files?

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    ¿anyone?

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    try file extractor (or file juicer) on versiontracker.com it will take out the contents of the package, not convert it tho

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    What do you mean by "mod"? Do you mean modify? If so, how? Do you mean convert?

    If you want help, you need to be more clear.
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    i want to modify it so that it put a file in and it well insatll it to

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    im pretty sure in sayin .exe files dont work on mac, unless you use VPC

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmexicano69x
    i want to modify it so that it put a file in and it well insatll it to
    This is impossible, you can't in any way run an .exe file natively on the Mac. You can try VirtualPC as an alternative solution.

    What's the program you're trying to use? I'm sure there's a Mac alternative.
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    if it is a C program and it has been compiled for mac it will run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fearlessfreap24
    if it is a C program and it has been compiled for mac it will run.
    That's true, but if it was then it wouldn't be an .exe
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    well what i want 2 to is mod the .exe file on pc then covert it or something so that i may install it on a mac

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    It's impossible. You'll want to contact the company to see if they have a Mac version or find a Mac alternative.

    You can't "mod" a Windows program and install it on Mac OS X.
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    I agree with schweb.

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    can i mod it then install it on winows?

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    what? If it's a windows program, you can already install it on Windows. If you're talking about a Mac program on Windows, the answer is also no.
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    You shouldn't need to do anything to a .exe to run it on a Windows machine.

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