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Posted on 23-08-07 13:05
Im posing this because i dont want to break OUR (whole family's, were so fucking poor) camera.
is it possible to load a .exe apllication on to it and run?
im using a Canon PowerShot A310, with a 256mb memorycard.

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Posted on 23-08-07 13:52
..... well in principle it's possible.... but you'd need to find out what architecture your camera's processor... then compile an application fro it... then reflash some firmware that allows you to have a shell for actually making a call to your compiled software.

Long story short... what the fuck are you trying to do anyway


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Posted on 23-08-07 14:12
oh, you just have one camera? So sad :'(, it makes me cry. You guys are so poor you can only afford one camera.

Seriously kid, take a look at the world, then edit your post.



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Posted on 23-08-07 14:50
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oh, you just have one camera? So sad :'(, it makes me cry. You guys are so poor you can only afford one camera.

Seriously kid, take a look at the world, then edit your post.


Heh, it makes me feel like I'm back in school again.

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Posted on 23-08-07 17:31
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Why do you want a .exe on a camera? I dont see any point. Anyways, if the exe would screw something up it would be the memory card. Unless you did something really stupid. But memory cards cost like $30 for a 2GB. So go for your little experiment.


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Posted on 23-08-07 17:45
spyware wrote:
oh, you just have one camera? So sad :'(, it makes me cry. You guys are so poor you can only afford one camera.

Seriously kid, take a look at the world, then edit your post.


totaly agree


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Posted on 23-08-07 17:54
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Anyways, if the exe would screw something up it would be the memory card.


False, in order to get the exe's working on the camera one needs to replace the current firmware with a new "hacked" version. In the worst case (you're probably looking at worst case scenario , just FYI) you have to dump the original firmware, decompile/decrypt/dissemble that and change the code (in the language it's coded in, this could be a problem, might have to write your own coding environment).

I'd say good luck, it won't be the hardest hack ever. You have USB support.



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