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How to pointer scan?
 
ALex817423  posted on Dec 05, 2017 9:40:39 AM - Report post

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Looked for a tutorial but can't find any and the videos are extremely outdated
All help is appreciated!
 
Adrien  posted on Dec 05, 2017 9:51:53 AM - Report post

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1. Find the address of the thing you wanted to change
2. add that to the address list in the area below
3. right click on the address from the list, click "pointer scan for this address"
4. (optional) using the CH debugger to get the opcodes helps immensely for figuring out offsets. it takes a while to learn it but you'll eventually get it.
 
ALex817423  posted on Dec 05, 2017 12:44:41 PM - Report post

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When I right click/pointer scan nothing comes up after scanning?
 
Adrien  posted on Dec 08, 2017 9:54:56 AM - Report post

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You've got to specify a range of addresses for the scanner to scan.
I'm not totally versed in Pointerscans; I prefer to use debuggers and Assembly.
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