I have a file in the Intel hex format, which was taken of from a pic16F1705 chip. I need to find a way to disassemble it into some form of human friendly programming language in order to make some modifications to it. I tried running it through a x86 and x64 dissembler, but in both cases I got an output, which looked like assembler code, but there were around 4000 bad lines in both cases. My question is how should I disassemble this file, so I can read it in some human friendly programming language and modify it?
0: 02 00 add al,BYTE PTR [eax] 2: 00 04 00 add BYTE PTR [eax+eax*1],al 5: 00 fa add dl,bh 7: 10 00 adc BYTE PTR [eax],al 9: 00 00 add BYTE PTR [eax],al b: 80 31 0f xor BYTE PTR [ecx],0xf e: 28 ff sub bh,bh 10: 3f aas 11: ff (bad) 12: 3f aas 13: 7e 14 jle 0x29 15: 80 31 20 xor BYTE PTR [ecx],0x20 18: 00 7f 08 add BYTE PTR [edi+0x8],bh 1b: a2 10 00 10 00 mov ds:0x100010,al 20: f0 00 04 2e lock add BYTE PTR [esi+ebp*1],al 24: 70 08 jo 0x2e
These are some example lines of the output I get after running the hex through a x86/x64 dissembler.