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    Quote Originally Posted by KingX735 View Post
    When i use this :

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       Private Sub Form1_Load(sender As System.Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load
            Dim myIntValue As Integer = ReadMemory(Of Integer)("&H144332E38" + ComboBox1.Text)
        End Sub
    There is nothing on Com bo box1.Text
    You would have to do:

    Combo Box1.SelectedItem


    Edit:

    Checked with .Text and it should work too. I guess it's just that you're doing something wrong.
    As now you do:

    "&H144332E38" + "Item1Value"
    Which is: "&H144332E38Item1Value"
    Last edited by Jorndel; 11-18-2013 at 11:24 AM.

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorndel View Post


    You would have to do:

    Combo Box1.SelectedItem


    Edit:

    Checked with .Text and it should work too. I guess it's just that you're doing something wrong.
    As now you do:

    "&H144332E38" + "Item1Value"
    Which is: "&H144332E38Item1Value"
    No no no

    I just want to get the value in &H144332E38 and get it in a textbox for exemple

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingX735 View Post
    No no no

    I just want to get the value in &H144332E38 and get it in a textbox for exemple
    I sort of find VB hard to get. (And I do find the class/module a little hard to understand as well )

    Let's try then


    Dim MyReadings As String = ReadMemory(Of String)(&H144332E38 , 10, False) 'I dunno the length of the string so
    Combo box1.Items.Add(MyReadings)

     
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    Doesn't work
    And a textbox instead a Combo box is better
    Last edited by KingX735; 11-18-2013 at 11:55 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingX735 View Post
    Doesn't work
    And a textbox instead a Combo box is better
    As I work with IT-Support.

    "It doesn't work" is something I hear everyday. But they never explain or tell the problem until you ask them
    So I'll have to ask you: What doesn't work?

    Do you get an error?
    -What does it say

    Nothing happens?
    -What is your code

    And more, so share more info about your problem(s)

     
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    Oh, nevermind ! everything is fine

    Code:
     If UpdateProcessHandle() Then
                ComboBox1.Text = ReadMemory(Of Integer)(&H144332E38)
                ComboBox2.Text = ReadMemory(Of Integer)(&H14764D1A0)
            End If
    I don't know why and how
    Thanks a lot for your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingX735 View Post
    Oh, nevermind ! everything is fine

    Code:
     If UpdateProcessHandle() Then
                ComboBox1.Text = ReadMemory(Of Integer)(&H144332E38)
                ComboBox2.Text = ReadMemory(Of Integer)(&H14764D1A0)
            End If
    I don't know why and how
    Thanks a lot for your help
    I'm glad you got it working. (Somehow, I've also heard that many times. People calling saying they got a problem. I Desktop-Remote and the problem is gone )

    Best of luck, and just ask if there's anything else you would like to know

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorndel View Post


    lolz, you do know that would cause a "problem" ?
    AKA: You're writing outside the name address. (That should be 15 chars)

    Meaning you should do this:
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    Dim MyName As String = TextBox1.Text + Space(15 - TextBox1.TextLength)
    It's adding space to the string until it's 15 char long

    I didn't think about that you have to specify string size when you read from memory(or range or w/e you want to call it )..
    Lovro-dumbstick.

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    Ok thanks and i tried that pointer code and couldnt get it to work: WriteMemory(Of Integer)(ReadMemory(Of Integer)(&H14765B1D0) + &H10 + &H14, 0) (this is for force host)

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    Quote Originally Posted by lordxchris View Post
    Ok thanks and i tried that pointer code and couldnt get it to work: WriteMemory(Of Integer)(ReadMemory(Of Integer)(&H14765B1D0) + &H10 + &H14, 0) (this is for force host)
    You do know that pointers doesn't work like that? (That's just adding 'offsets' to the address)

    Like: 1 + 2 + 3 = 6


    If you manage to understand C#:
    Code:
    Int64 Runner = (Int64)BaseAddress(Module) + Offsets[0];
                        Int64 Picker = (Int64)Read(Runner, typeof(Int64)) + Offsets[1];
                        for (Int64 Path = 2; Path != Offsets.Length; Path++)
                            Picker = (Int64)Read(Picker, typeof(Int64)) + Offsets[Path];
                        return new IntPtr(Picker);

     
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    Can someone help me fix this code im trying to write a pointer with a 10 offset thats a float but idk the code i took a byte pointer and tried to change it to single but it didnt work :C

    Dim FOVCalcFound
    Dim FOVCalc
    FOVCalc = ReadAddress(&H141939D80, 8)
    FOVCalcFound = dec2baseN(FOVCalc, 16)
    Dim value As Single = Single.Parse(FOVCalcFound, Globalization.NumberStyles.HexNumber)
    value += 16
    FOVCalcFound = Hex(value)
    W4Bytes("&H" + FOVCalcFound, +5)

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    Quote Originally Posted by lordxchris View Post
    Can someone help me fix this code im trying to write a pointer with a 10 offset thats a float but idk the code i took a byte pointer and tried to change it to single but it didnt work :C

    Dim FOVCalcFound
    Dim FOVCalc
    FOVCalc = ReadAddress(&H141939D80, 8)
    FOVCalcFound = dec2baseN(FOVCalc, 16)
    Dim value As Single = Single.Parse(FOVCalcFound, Globalization.NumberStyles.HexNumber)
    value += 16
    FOVCalcFound = Hex(value)
    W4Bytes("&H" + FOVCalcFound, +5)
    Code:
       WriteMemory(Of Single)(ReadMemory(Of Integer)(&H141939D80) + &H10,  5)
    or

    Code:
         Dim OldValue = ReadMemory(Of Integer)((ReadMemory(Of Integer)(&H141939D80) + &H10))
            WriteMemory(Of Single)(ReadMemory(Of Integer)(&H141939D80) + &H10, OldValue + 5)
    Last edited by Lovroman; 11-20-2013 at 09:34 AM.

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    Can someone tell me how to search for a memory address by its value?

    I just don't seem to find anything online.
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger9620 View Post
    Can someone tell me how to search for a memory address by its value?

    I just don't seem to find anything online.
    Thanks.
    Use Cheat Engine(there's plenty of tutorials around net)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovroman View Post

    Use Cheat Engine(there's plenty of tutorials around net)
    I do but I want my program to search for a memory address by its value cause it is a changing address, it is not the same each time I open the game.

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