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I have an absolute address that I want to scroll the Disassembly to in order to see which instructions are at that address. I understand that I can scroll by hand, or I can edit RIP. But the former may be slow and the latter is intrusive, I don't want to edit the state of the process. Is there a command for this?

I've found Ctrl+Shift+G, but this is "Go to offset", it doesn't accept absolute addresses.

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  • Are you trying to go to a VA? Then CTRL+G is what you are looking for. Commented Apr 11, 2022 at 10:45
  • @LucaD'Amico: yes, this does work, thank you! Please post an answer. But what is VA? Virtual address? Commented Apr 11, 2022 at 13:38
  • I'm converting my comment to an answer, and I'll explain also what a VA is. Commented Apr 11, 2022 at 14:08

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In x64dbg, you can use the shortcut Ctrl+G to quickly move to a VA.

A VA is a Virtual Address and an RVA is a Relative Virtual Address (the relative address with respect to the imagebase).

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