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is there any way to know process memory region in main memory (addresses range) ?

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Hi , i want to search for an text in another process , i found this useful UDF [NomadMemory.au3] its works fine but my script takes very long time because its searching in all memory so

is there any way to know process memory region in main memory(addresses range) where to start search from and where to stop search at ,this will make the script take lesssssssssss time

in search . help ;)

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no one want to help me ? ;)

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ty evilertoaster

all this topics dont have any function return start and end address of an process ;)

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0x0400000 is magic number. address range can be from 0x00000000 to 0xFFFFFFFF,which means about 2 GB. There are holes, that are not allocated. thats why ur program doesnt actually take that much ram. There's lots of references on google.


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up :S

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