I have the following sequence of bytes in IDA Pro:
.text:0044A838 db 2Ah .text:0044A839 db 0ADh ; .text:0044A83A db 4 .text:0044A83B db 0 .text:0044A83C dd rva word_44AD3E .text:0044A840 dd rva word_44AD4C .text:0044A844 dd rva word_44AD5C
This region should be interpreted as four consecutive relative pointers, but right now, it is four raw bytes, and then three relative pointers. How can I instruct IDA that the first element is a relative offset pointer?
When I mark the first element as being a 32-bit integer, the its simply the value 0x4AD2A, which IDA does not recognize as being an xref that I can follow. I cannot mark this 32-bit element as an offset (by pressing
O), since the address 0x4AD2A is not valid in this executable.