Your find_diffs.bat file seems to call find_diffs.exe 3 times on 3 different pairs of dump files, including one pair of "half press" dump files. Do I just need to make the following call, with 10 and 6400 as parameters?
actually I do not quite remember preciciously this business with RAM comparing.
I think it is enough to compare dark and light files only.
I assume you have dump files with size of 32mb - 6400bytes = 33554432 - 6400 = 33548032
6400 stands for initial part of dump stripped by ram dumper so find_diffs will show you real addresses instead of offsets in file - it is just built-in calculator.
10 stands for 10quads of bytes (10*4) - it is threshold to filter out small memory fragments which where changed due working of OS. you can easily make it 100 or higher because we are looking for big areas.
And then do I run the zzz.bat file on the dark or bright dump file?
you can call find_u32s (zzz.bat) on any of thosu files - it should return identical results