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      Hi,

      I have a nonstatic address here. When i do a scan for what accesses this address I get this:

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      Why is the accessing address the same as the offset??
      And how do I get my static address now?

      Thanks for any help!
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      Quote Originally Posted by Liduen View Post
      Hi,

      I have a nonstatic address here. When i do a scan for what accesses this address I get this:

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      Why is the accessing address the same as the offset??
      And how do I get my static address now?

      Thanks for any help!
      Greetings: Liduen
      I'd try searching for what Cheat Engine says.

      Search for 100EC020 and 100FD19C, but I think 100EC020 is correct.

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      When I search for a value like 100EC020 I get another address (static) which has 100EC020 as value...
      What do I do next?? When I add a pointer to the original address which points to the new address whith the offset 100EC020 CheatEngine doesn't know the value of the pointer. Then it just says "??" as value.
      What should I try?
      Last edited by Liduen; 06-24-2013 at 11:31 AM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Liduen View Post
      When I search for a value like 100EC020 I get another address (static) which has 100EC020 as value...
      What do I do next?? When I add a pointer to the original address which points to the new address whith the offset 100EC020 CheatEngine doesn't know the value of the pointer. Then it just says "??" as value.
      What should I try?
      Ah sorry missunderstood your question.

      Add your found addy that contains 100EC020 to the list.
      "Add address manually" -> tick "Pointer" -> As ptr you put in the address value that contains that value ( 100EC020 )... as offset you enter 11117C (I'd guess)


      You should watch Fleep's tut on Multilever pointers
      (I think it was this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N44nk9URoG8)

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      So I should search for 0001117C as value?

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      Ah thaaaanks guys, you helped me out so much!!!
      Thanks!

      I will check out this video thank you =)

      Greetings: Liduen

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      Quote Originally Posted by Liduen View Post
      So I should search for 0001117C as value?
      No. 100EC020. And add the address that contains that value to the list. Then you click Add address manually and check "Pointer". On the bottom box, enter 100EC020, on the one over it, add 1117C.

      EDIT: Ah just saw you got it. You're welcome.
      Last edited by till0sch; 06-24-2013 at 11:58 AM.

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