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#include <NomadMemory.au3>
Dim $hex[16] = [0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,'A','B','C','D','E','F']
$HPROCESS = _MemoryOpen($ProPID)
For $a = 0 to 15 step 1 ;checking 0*##8E90
    For $b = 0 to 15 Step 1
        For $c = 0 to 15 step 1
            if _MemoryRead(0x&$hex[$a]&$hex[$b]&$hex[$c]&$hex[9]&$hex[13]&$hex[10]&$hex[0],$HPROCESS) = 503 then _MemoryWrite(0x&$hex[$a]&$hex[$b]&$hex[$c]&$hex[9]&$hex[13]&$hex[10]&$hex[0],$HPROCESS,1000)

The code is trying to search all of 0x9###8E90 for 503, where #s are unknown values.

Any ideas?

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Create a Func for 65000, other for 65000*2, changing variables to use, overflow is in 65535, more all variables changed to $variablenameq, $variable2q, variable3q... etc.


create a auto-write script to the Func for 65000*3...using a GUI ctrl C, Ctrl V, MouseMove, etc, to complete all other lines of scripts, to complete all strings...

it is equal you script, but expanded... sry for my bad english, i'm don't speack this language very good...

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It depends. What usage will you have for it?

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