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1 What is this offset? on 2/3/2013, 5:01 am

Jingle*Bells

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Could someone please tell me what the offset for this... Rolling Eyes

[rbx+rcx+00]
rbx=7FFF0000
rcx=900C86F8 IS THE VALUE

I pretty sure it is either 0
or
7FFF0000

(rbx+00)< Suspect

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2 Re: What is this offset? on 2/3/2013, 5:22 am

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Is that Assembly or something? If it is then I can't help you on that one. Bully, Seth and/or Welohabi might be able to help you.


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3 Re: What is this offset? on 2/3/2013, 8:33 am

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This is ASM related but where is this from? I understand what I'm looking at but I need more info too help you. Could you give some more details please?


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4 Re: What is this offset? on 2/3/2013, 9:29 am

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Welohabi wrote:This is ASM related but where is this from? I understand what I'm looking at but I need more info too help you. Could you give some more details please?
mov eax,[rbx+rcx+00]

The value of the pointer that I need to find the static address is XXXXXXXX (actually it is 900C86F8, but you don't need that).

rbx=7FFF0000
rcx=900C86F8 OR XXXXXXXX (not needed to find the value)

I am trying to find a pointer, I believe I have the right value but I need the offset.

drunken I do think I made this more difficult than it really is, I am just not sure if I use the 7FFF000+00 or just 00 for the offset.

I am making a code and using CE, and practicing for when my Gecko arrives in a few days.

*I could just try both and I have, but I have so many to go through and I have to manually add each address and offset using CE. Also this is a multilevel pointer.


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5 Re: What is this offset? on 2/3/2013, 9:52 am

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Cheat engine is a little different than the gecko. I have done this before myself but it has been a long time. Another words I have forgotten the exact steps and I would probably give misleading information.

Look on the cheatengine.org forums or search YouTube for some tutorials on finding pointers. They can be quite difficult at times.

I remember making a trainer for the GOG version of Fallout 1 for PC. I did it using cheat engine and watched a tutorial of how to find pointers on youtube.



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6 Re: What is this offset? on 2/3/2013, 11:40 am

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Yea this ASM makes little sense


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7 Re: What is this offset? on 2/3/2013, 4:29 pm

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Shocked Never mind...I found it using another method which took about 3 hours. OMG!

*I should have just took a screen capture rather than try and right it out then it probably would have made more sense, ah well.


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8 Re: What is this offset? on 2/4/2013, 2:22 am

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I´m a half expert at this. It´s intel 8086.

Here´s something to read:
http://mai.kvk.uni-obuda.hu/documents/tantargy/8086-instruction-set-overview.pdf

Feel free to ask about cheat engine assembly, it´s exactly that.


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9 Re: What is this offset? on 2/4/2013, 2:46 am

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Bully@WiiPlaza wrote:I´m a half expert at this. It´s intel 8086.

Here´s something to read:
http://mai.kvk.uni-obuda.hu/documents/tantargy/8086-instruction-set-overview.pdf

Feel free to ask about cheat engine assembly, it´s exactly that.
Thanks.

I was told that if I could master using CE (Cheat Engine) than I would not have much problem using Gecko. But I am hoping that Gecko takes out a lot of the extra steps required in CE. study

I do have one question... scratch
I have been messing with a Wii WAD game and I was trying to create infinite health.

The game uses a health bar, so it was easy to find the address by using increase/decrease method.
^But I get 4 address every time and they all will freeze the health (and of course they change every restart) but when I do a pointer scan I get 0 results for all 4.

Only one address shows shows that something is accessing that address.
^And I can tell that the hits (loss of hp) are coming from the enemy.

computer Then if I search for the value that is given from the accessing <not sure what to call it so I highlight green where I got it from. And I get 0 finds when searching for that value.

Any suggestions?
Thanks.


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10 Re: What is this offset? on 2/4/2013, 3:13 am

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Do "who´s writing to the address" and replace with nop.


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11 Re: What is this offset? on 2/4/2013, 3:29 am

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Bully@WiiPlaza wrote:Do "who´s writing to the address" and replace with nop.

OMG...
So I just tried that and BAM it worked. Wink

I still need to test other levels but a restart of the game using the trainer I saved worked, I am so happy rap

study Now I need to learn how to change this into a txt. that I can use on the Wii.
^My goal from the beginning to create a txt code to use on Wii. I can do that right?


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12 Re: What is this offset? on 2/4/2013, 6:53 am

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It may work like this:
Change the address prefix to 04 and put 60000000 as value.


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