November 1998

"Transmac for Windows"

(The BRW Approach )

Win '95/'98 PROGRAM

Win Code Reversing



by Punisher 



Cracking 4 Newbies 



Program Details

Program Name: Tm31_32.exe

Program Type: Dos to Mac Converter

Program Location:

Program Size: 324kb  

   Tools Used:

BRW- Borland's Ressource Editor


Easy ( X )  Medium (   )  Hard (    )  Pro (    ) 

There is a crack, a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in.


Transmav v3.1

( Deleting a nag Screen )

Written by Punisher



The author(s) of this program can be found at:
The author says:

" TransMac is a Windows utility for accessing Macintosh HFS formatted media. This includes high density diskettes, CD-ROMS, Syquests, Zips, Opticals, Harddrives and most other SCSI drives.Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows NT are supported."

About this protection system

Registration is via a nag screen at program startup. We will not use this option to register we. will delete the nag screen..


Install Transmac and run it. You will be presented with a nag screen asking you to accept the terms listed or it. Have a look araounfd and remember this screen this is the one we are going to delete. There are three buttons:- Yes, No and Register. Choosing Yes will bring you into the main program screen, choosing no will kick you out of the program. Choosing Register will bring up a dialogbox with two fields to enter the Name and Registration.

Choose Yes. You are now in the main program. Up on the title bar you will see "32bit/Unregistered" Exit Transmac.

Start up BRW and load up Transmac.exe.

Search in the for dialogs and look for the nag screen you saw in Transmac. Place the cursor on it and delete it.

Save the project and exit BRW.

Now run Transmac again. You will be in the main prgram window with no nag screen.

That's it for Transmac.

I will like to say thanks to +Fravia, Sandman, CrackZ, Cruehead, Iczelion and all the others out there who help by providing the knowledge to make this possible.

You should buy this program if you intend to use it longer than the evaluation period.