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On Mon, 23 Mar 2009 12:01:35 +0100
"" <> wrote:

> > This will only work if you new buffer is loaded at the same address
> > as the old one, as there'll be pointers embedded all throughout the
> > data. 
> Yes. But how can this be achieved? Is there any windows API to get a 
> fixed address? Or do I have to use a DLL with an "shared" part and
> load that DLL on a fixed address into process space?
see VirtualAllocEx() function.