[Help] Writing to an Offset & Freezing It

Sensational Nov 2, 2013

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    So I have an offset and wish to write or "set" it's number to a certain number. If that makes sense.

    It's an RTE tool btw, so the offset is 0xC32F4D7E.

    I'm used to using "Jtag.Call bla blah blah "dvar goes here"}); and not accustomed to how to write to the offset.


    So my question is, would it look something like this or am I wrong?

    Jtag.SetMemory(0xC32F4D7E, new byte[] {255});


    I would also like to know how to freeze the number after I set it to a certain value.
     
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    Yes, that will write a BYTE to that address in memory. Be careful of what data type is being stored there though.
     
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    Do you know how I would go about freezing that value? I've heard it has something to do with nop'ing the original address but I have no clue how to do that.
     
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    Jtag.SetMemory(0xC32F4D7E, new byte[] {255, 0x00 , 0x00 , 0x00});


    that would be 4 intergers
     
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  5. t3

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    noping a value would require getting the breakpoint
     
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    No, that would write four bytes which equals one integer.
     
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    I don't know how you can "NOP" a value. You can nullify a value but you cannot "NOP" a value. You'd use a "NOP" to stop an instruction from being executed such as a branch, or a call. You'd write a nop to memory by writing new byte[]{0x60,0x00,0x00,0x00}
     
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    Okay so if I have a Integer 8 Byte such as 0BAE0E18, what would I do to write to that?

    Jtag.SetMemory(0xCBAE0E18, new byte[] {255, 0x00 , 0x00 , 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00, 0x00 }); ?
     
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    Yeah, but the guide contains a section in memory editing too; which is vital to what he needs to know and solves what he is asking above.
     
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  14. t3

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    its what i meant mate. i presumed he knew what a nop was and if you read it again TO NOP A VALUE WOULD REQUIRE GETTING THE BREAKPOINT. i believe that this is explaining he would have to nop the breakpoint to freeze the value as in noping the value.


    if this is still for ghosts are you show its 8 bytes long?
     

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