Well i'm making a quick tut on asm threw ram dumps so lets start

NOTE: This is only gonna be a short conversion tut, and will be using Gecko.Net

I will only be using my Zombies in ammo code

Code:
Zombies: Inf Ammo v.1 [Cannibal666]
043A64A0 38000XXX
*X - Amount Of Ammo
So you search the address

hit update

Brought me here


The default value is here


Ok so back to where is brought me, i have the 38000000 highlighted
up 1 and right 1 will give you the address for your asm code

from here


to here


So get that address

and put it like this
Code:
C23A6494 000000XX
*X - Amount of lines the code will read
Now to put in the assesmbly codes, use the 38000000 as the first line
Code:
C23A6494 000000XX
38000000 00000000
*X - Amount of lines the code will read
now 1 to the one to the right
Code:
C23A6494 000000XX
38000000 90030004
*X - Amount of lines the code will read
always add a nop to the end of a ASM code
Code:
C23A6494 000000XX
38000000 90030004
60000000 00000000
*X - Amount of lines the code will read
now add how many lines the code reads, in this case it's only 2
Code:
C23A6494 00000002
38000000 90030004
60000000 00000000
*X - Amount of lines the code will read
You can also use the 'Disassembly' tab for getting the assembly text code like this

Open a dump


now search the address you searched before

hit update

Brought me here, it might bring you to it but down 2 sojust go up 2


here is the assembly string code and address

just showing you that as well, so you can know that the asm code means for that value and use it in WIIRDasm or another asm program

like this
Code:
38210010 = addi r1,r1,16

Now here it is in ASM form completed
Code:
Zombies: Inf Ammo v.2 [Cannibal666]
C23A6494 00000002
38000XXX 90030004
60000000 00000000
*X - Amount Of Ammo




sorry if the tut is fucked up....it's really late. sorry to all. hope it help though
i will probably do a better version fairly soon, i'm going to bed.