Solved Problem regarding pointer scanning

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Dretch

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Helo there,
I watched Fleep's tutorial "How to Make a Bunny Hop Hack C++ Pt 2/4 TUTORIAL" and tried to do everything he does but I was trying those steps for Team Fortress 2. Anyway, everything went well but when it came to pointer scanning for addresses it went wrong. I tried to "Pointer scan for this address" with the settings Fleep had (no. of threads scanning: 1; Max Level: 1; Maximum offset value: 2048) and I got errors:
"VirtualAlloc failed. You probably don''t have enough system memory free." (+ try using 64bit version) and "Error during scan: StaticScanner:Could not convert variant of type (Null) into type (Int64)".
- with these errors it found 0 pointers.
Well, I have only 32bit Windows 7, 4gb ram. I also tried different pointer scanning settings but it always threw errors or I got milions of pointers and when I restarted the game and tried to "reduce" the number of pointers (rescanning) and it then found 0 pointers again.
What exactly is the problem? How can I solve it? (Let's say I have 32bit processor)

Thanks in advance.
 

Rake

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Not sure why you're getting those errors...sounds like you're out of RAM, but Pointer Scanner is very tempermental. If you don't do it perfectly you will end up with 0 results. If I try to rush it, I always screw it up. Because this is a different game you will want to extend the Max Level option from 1 to something higher like 4 and just be patient.

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