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I’m looking for a good hex viewer (Windows).  I only really want to view hex files from various sources, I don’t need to edit disks directly or anything.

frhed seems a popular one.

Any good or shall I keep looking?

When I have manipulated some hex files I used this to calculate the check sum:

The files themselves were viewed in NotebookNotepad (Windows).  I program in Assembly so going to Hex is not a big issue.

I use HxD:

Plain Hex, I use HXD.

For Intelhex, S etc. etc. that you might find I just download a demo version of device/EPROM programmer software and use that.

They'll usually give you a demo mode and allow you to load up files, split them, combine, interleave, edit etc. and save the result out.

I like XVI32


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