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comp.os.msdos.programmer FAQ part 2/5
Section - - Where is EXE2BIN located?

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 EXE2BIN was formerly shipped with MS-DOS. If you are still using DOS 5.0
 or earlier you can find EXE2BIN in your DOS directory. Users of DOS 6.x
 need to get the MS-DOS Supplemental Disks. These disks are available via
 FTP at ftp.microsoft.com.

 <ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/peropsys/msdos/public/>

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