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Without more information it's hard to tell for sure. However, I'd make 2 observations - It appears that your patch is trying to increase the upper bound of a loop from 10 to 16. The function in which the access violation occurs appears to be a C++ class member function where the faulting instruction is trying to read a member variable. (esi here is loaded ...


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This is more of a comment-answer, but as I am below 50 reputation, I can only post answers. It's something to do with the cmp instruction you are byte-patching. An access violation is occuring with the EIP register, which tells the computer what instruction to execute next, and controls the flow of the program. The cmp you are patching is breaking, likely ...


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