Not included with Windows. But there's hundreds of free & commercial products out there to do it; just google "Windows hex dump file".Is there a DOS command that will do a hex dump of a file? Something like Take Command's LIST /X for people who don't have Take Command?
If it is indeed a DOS executable, then it won't be included with x64 Windows. 64-bit Windows no longer supports DOS binaries.Not included with Windows? The DOS command debug is part of the default Windows install at %windir%\system32\debug.exe and it does primitive hex dumps via the "d" (dump) command.
I don't have a debug.exe in my Windows 7 Pro...Interestingly, the version of debug.exe included with Windows 7...
That may explain it..?If it is indeed a DOS executable, then it won't be included with x64 Windows. 64-bit Windows no longer supports DOS binaries.