Amin3x

Reading Memory under x64

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Hello everyone , i am new to autoit and got a problem reading memory adresses under windows 7 64bit 
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and ty ^^

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Welcome to AutoIt and the forum!
Did you read the forum rules on your way in? Game automation of any kind is not permitted here.
You mentioned "Cheat Engine" so I assume you are just trying to do that :huh:
Could you please explain what for you need to read the process memory?

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I am not using CheatEngine to hack games , just using it to find adresses 
programs i tried were the windows calculator and Google Chrome , i am trying to make a simple script that can read memory from applications(like a browser) and write a small summury in a GUI with values i get from memory
i am doing it to learn about memory Reading/Writing

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@Amin3x,

Welcome to the AutoIt forum. :)

Unfortunately you appear to have missed the Forum rules on your way in. (there is also a link link in my signature) 
Please read them now particularly the bit about not discussing game automation - and then you will understand why you will get no help and this thread will now be locked. :naughty:

See you soon with a legitimate question I hope. :)

Jos


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