I am tracking down a data structure whose address is inside the second operand:

mov rcx, qword ptr ss:[rbp+E0]

When I look at the value of [rbp+E0] I see the following dump:

21 C4 FC 5E 00 00 00 00

This is the pointer to the data structure but it is stored as little endian. So I cannot simply copy the address. I have to transform it by hand into:


Is there a common and easy way to handle these situations? I am currently using x64dbg as a debugger. Thanks!


Normally there should be an option “display as dwords” or similar for the memory dump

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