Author Topic: Saving a cheat engine modification to the exe, or using instructions in notepad  (Read 130 times)

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When i write a hex notepad for an IRO file. Sure i can just write xxxxxxxx = xxxxxxx and leave it.
BUT how do i tell it to change said address to be a call or an ecx or blah blah 

Or how do i go about saving my changes inside the actual exe so i can release it instead?
« Last Edit: 2017-12-05 00:29:41 by Tsunamix »

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« Last Edit: 2017-12-07 23:47:46 by Grimmy »

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Yeah i have no idea if edits to the op makes it appear in your "Unread posts" or not so i didnt really have much of a choice

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You're talking about assembler. After doing changes in the EXE just note the bytes and relative offset and then HEX modify the file. If you need to edit source assembler file by inputting mnemonics then use IDA or OllyDbg.