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  1. c_m_chance
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    Alright, so I'm wanting to make my own custom boot logos. For those of you that know the process to do this, then you know that you have to reverse the hex bytes at one point. As I don't have Windows, just Mac and Linux, I'm not able to find a hex editor that will reverse the byte order. So, I'm wondering if one of the following would work:

    1. Convert the hex code to string, reverse the string order, convert the ascii string back to hex.

    2. Convert the hex code to binary, reverse the binary order, convert the binary code back to hex.
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    There's also the DX/D2 Logo Changer by jrummy16 on the market.

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    The boot logo generator doesn't work on Mac and Linux. But I'll try the app by JRummy.

    I still wouldn't mind someone in the know about bit and bytes and all that fun stuff to tell me if one of the methods above would work.