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[QUESTION] X64DBG See All Memory Addresses in the CPU Pane #2257

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Gillver21 opened this issue Nov 27, 2019 · 5 comments

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@Gillver21 Gillver21 commented Nov 27, 2019

X64DBG Version November 13, 2019
Windows 7 SP1
Trying to see every Memory Address in the CPU pane in X64dbg

First of all,may I suggest that a "Questions" section be added to this GitHub Page. Thank you.

Being a total noob, I'm trying to get a better understanding of reversing. Having done a recent GOTO for an address whose contents are being placed into a DS PTR, I could only find the address when putting it into the GOTO but as soon as I scrolled it would disappear. As a result I wanted to know if it was possible for X64DBG to show all of the memory addresses in the CPU pane instead of skipping like in the pictured example.

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@Gillver21 Gillver21 commented Nov 27, 2019

Alrighty. Really, thank you so much for the prompt response. Alrighty, I'd been a bit scared of the Dump so far but I'll get right to it.

Thanks so much.

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@Gillver21 Gillver21 commented Nov 27, 2019

But additionally, what if the Dump doesn't show everything if I might ask?

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@Gillver21 Gillver21 commented Nov 27, 2019

It sort of does. Sorry for the late response. Waiting at a doctor's office.

I'll need to gain a better understanding of what Dissassembly shows so I will continue to read.

Thanks for all of the help and responsiveness. I truly appreciate it.

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