If anyone would take the time to chat with me on Skype, I would be very grateful.
There is a couple specifically for pointer scanning and multi-level pointers also.
Im sure you will come across some vids etc showing you what to do, they may explain it better
The first pointer address can then be searched again also.
[[[0x0045AA1F]+10C]+80]+0A] may be your initial level 3 pointer search results.
So search for 0045AA1F (Hex value of course :P) and you may came across another level 3 pointer with the proper address at the end.
If using L.Spiro's MHS software, check out their site at www.memoryhacking.com
Perhaps L.Spiro himself will give you a hint or two, he always was good at explaining things :P
[Edited by DABhand, 5/1/2010 8:52:52 PM]
no what I mean is that 0045AA1F is dynamic, and it's pointing to itself. when I search 0045AA1F for value in MHS, it is pulling up 0045AA1F, with an offset of -4. it's just being really weird.
You do realise when searching for multi-level pointers, the address in the pointer has to be replaced by the new one which is closer to 0 in offset.
You pointer search and see this
104410EA offset 0C
The next pointer will be
And so on
[Edited by DABhand, 5/1/2010 10:05:26 PM]
yes, it is at about the 3rd to 4th levels that it starts to repeat itself, which is why I wanted to have someone watch what I am doing for mistakes, etc.
I wish someone would be able to tell me what to do in this situation. :/