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I created a shell exe in C++ to get around the /DYNAMICBASE default of Yes in VS2012 with C#. With that said, I am using C# to embed a zip file into that shell exe using AddEmbedded().

The C++ OpenMyEmbedded works fine on smaller sizes such 50Mb, but when I tried a large 800Mb+ file, it returns an error that it cannot find the resource. I am guessing there is a file size limit?

asked Mar 15 '13 at 11:56

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