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Cannot send my exe..

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Hellow,

This is my prob.

I wanna send my compiled script (*.exe) whit msn to my friends..

But they can't open it because "messenger" always says that the exe file

is a virus.. I always have to send it with winrar or something.. but most of my friends don't have winrar..:s.. can you tell my how I can send my exe to someone else (without autoit or winrar) the easyest way?!

Thanks,

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and that means?!

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When you add it to the winrar archive go to options and make it a zip instead of a rar. Windows xp has a zip prog builtin.

Im not sure if this would work.. but just rename the file to .bak or somthing so it isnt a restrictwed file extension. Then have your friend rename it back.


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And how do you change the extension?!

I tried it a copple of times last month but it didn't work..:s

my friends are most noob.. They cant change the extension back into .exe :s

But I 'll give the Zip - thing a try..

Thanks,

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

Maybe you can use this.

extfix.zip

Edited by Mosquitos

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Try renaming the file to .ex instead. You might be able to send

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This question is maybe noobisch but..

Can you run files with your own extension (*.scz) and run them like .exe ?!

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This question is maybe noobisch but..

Can you run files with your own extension (*.scz) and run them like .exe ?!

Someone could probably set up their own computer so that this works, but it would initially appear as an unrecognised file on another computer. I agree that the best solution is to ZIP your EXE and send that.

Or of course you could use a better messenger like Gaim, which supports the MSN protocol and many others without ads and other annoying things.

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