Starpoint Gemini 2 Discussion
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"v0.6004, December 10, 2013 :: Quickfix
9 December - danijel
Hi everyone! We've been receiving reports of some troubling issues these last days since the last update and naturally we had to look in more detail. What we encountered wasn't nice at all so we had to act. It is possible that some save files could have gotten corrupted. So here's the deal:
1)Anyone experiencing difficulties loading their save files the last couple of days, please try loading them with the v0.6004 update. It should repair almost all of the potential problems on its own.
2)If number 1 doesn't work, please contact Oliver directly email@example.com and preferably send him your save file so we can see if we can help.
We're terribly sorry for these problems and hope it didn't cause too much problems.
Thanks everyone for your support, suggestions and patience. We honestly and really appreciate it!"
If the game is "Retired" for patching, after beta and the game is actually released, will it be reopened, or will the game be permanently retired then?
I also have the same problem. The first time I actually had a problem with a trainer. I run my trainers in admin mode and exempted them from AV scans.
I get an error stating that is looking for a file c:\users\xxx\appdata\local\temp\~mnn133.tmp
Had the same problem and had to keep my AV from scanning that dir, cause if you have Norton or one of the others it might keep that file from being ritten. once I stopped AV from scanning that dir it fixed the problem
What virus scanner you using? cause Avast detects all most cheathappen trainers as viruses, even when they are not....the only option is to turn off the defences, run the trainer, turn the defences back on, after its running, the virus scanner doesn't fight it.
I have tried to tell them that its a false positive, but like alot of companies, they are clueless, i have been able to prevent the avast thing from deleting all .exe trainers instantly as i extract them and as i try to run them, but nothing i set, even exclusions do not prevent it from stopping it running the trainers.
Right now, until Avast get a freaking clue, its either don't use trainers or find another scanner that actually knows the difference between a clean trainer and a infected trainer.
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