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    Im a Noob and need help binding files

    I am wondering how to bind files...to make it so I can have a .jpg and an audio file running but only when that photo is opened..? or have a .jpg or other picture format and have an .exe opened and running in the background, and hidden? Working on a school project with a friend and I am going try-hard and making it look awesome...but I am stuck. I have searched around on google and cant find a single way to do it that seems to work for me, if anyone has personally done this it would be amazing to get some information to make this happen quickly. Thanks(=

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    The only thing I know of is hiding an archive inside of a picture. On Windows, it'd be

    Not sure if that'll help you at all, but good luck on finding the answer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cryoganix View Post
    The only thing I know of is hiding an archive inside of a picture. On Windows, it'd be

    Not sure if that'll help you at all, but good luck on finding the answer!
    Thank you, yes it will help, but do you think you could maybe do a step by step guide if you could, thanks (=

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    Would this be through command prompt? I tried that...I wasnt working properly for me..

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPGamer View Post
    Thank you, yes it will help, but do you think you could maybe do a step by step guide if you could, thanks (=

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    Would this be through command prompt? I tried that...I wasnt working properly for me..
    Of course!

    Let's say I had two files, named "Picture.jpg" and "Secret.rar" and I wanted to hide the RAR file inside of the picture and call the new picture "Hiddeng.jpg" without any indication of a hidden file. In this case, I'd put this into command prompt (you may have to run the command prompt as an administrator):


    If you have any more problems, feel free to ask about them!

    Side note: If you get confused on which image holds the RAR file, remember that the file that's bigger has more data in it, so that one holds the RAR file (meaning you can right click the image and select "Open with" and choose WinRAR).
    Last edited by Cryoganix; 11-30-2012 at 06:48 AM. Reason: Clarification

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