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Registers ss, cs, ds, es, gs, fs are special. They are called segment registers and contain not addresses but selectors. A selector is used by the CPU as a reference to a segment - area of memory with a specific base (start address), limit (end address) and permissions. Selectors and segments are set up by the OS and in theory there may be many different ...


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You can either press Ctrl+G and type LoadLibraryA to land at this function address, or if you want to list all the functions from kernel32.dll you can go to the Symbols tab like this: From there you can view the function address or just double-click "LoadLibraryA" to follow it in disassembler.


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