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Any PC that can run any software that would be able to import wallet.dat,wallet.dat can surely also run bitcoind.

Youbitcoind. You do not need to download the blockchain, not even to have a network connection.

1) Put wallet.datwallet.dat in a proper folder and run bitcoind.

2) Then use another console to do "walletpassphrase password 3600":

bitcoind walletpassphrase password 3600

3) and then you can just export yourany of the keys you need, using "dumpprivkey publicaddr":

bitcoind dumpprivkey publicaddr

If you don't have any password over your wallet, just skip point 2.

Any PC that can run any software that would be able to import wallet.dat, can surely also run bitcoind.

You do not need to download the blockchain, not even to have a network connection.

Put wallet.dat in a proper folder and run bitcoind. Then do "walletpassphrase password 3600" and then you can just export your keys using "dumpprivkey publicaddr".

Any PC that can run any software that would be able to import wallet.dat can surely also run bitcoind. You do not need to download the blockchain, not even to have a network connection.

1) Put wallet.dat in a proper folder and run bitcoind.

2) Then use another console to do:

bitcoind walletpassphrase password 3600

3) and then you can just export any of the keys you need, using:

bitcoind dumpprivkey publicaddr

If you don't have any password over your wallet, just skip point 2.

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Any PC that can run any software that would be able to import wallet.dat, can surely also run bitcoind.

You do not need to download the blockchain, not even to have a network connection.

Put wallet.dat in a proper folder and run bitcoind. Then do "walletpassphrase password 3600" and then you can just export your keys using "dumpprivkey publicaddr".