Solved Can't change architecture of DLL?

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tappineapple

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Assault Cube
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https://youtu.be/hlioPJ_uB7M
How long you been coding/hacking?
Coding in general for a long time, new to game hacking (1 month).
Coding Language
C++
I have just finished the first internal hack tutorial and I am unable to inject my dll into assault cube.
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I believe it's because I am unable to change the architecture of the dll file. In the tutorial he has the option to change the architecture and start the debugger but on mine I don't see any of that. In the tutorial he has these options
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While this is what my visual studio has.
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Another thing that I found interesting was when I would go to press the shortcut F5 this would pop up.
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If anybody knows why this is happening it would mean the world to me if they could help me fix it. <3
 

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Another thing that I found interesting was when I would go to press the shortcut F5 this would pop up.
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If anybody knows why this is happening it would mean the world to me if they could help me fix it. <3
Just read carefully:
...is not a valid Win32 application.
VS is trying to start your dll.
Close the window and inject.


EXE (executable file)
An exe always runs in its own address space.
The purpose of an EXE is to launch a separate application of its own.

DLL (Dynamic Link Library)
The system loads a DLL into the context of an existing process.
A dll always needs a host exe to run. it can never run in its own address space.

Kapish?
 
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Click the view drop down menu and add hot bar stuff until it appears
 

tappineapple

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Everything is working now! It was because the dll was x64 not x86, makes sense. And for the debugger not showing up that was fixed when I restarted visual studio :p
 
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