originally posted by DJPwnage
Originally posted by ReActif:
I don't understand the cause but moving the files to a new (newly created) folder it worked but no longer
The files were in: "D:\Various\Trainer"
I created: "D:\Various\Trainer\New Folder"
I moved the files to this folder and it worked!
But almost i have rename the folder, same error again !
In fact, it only works if the folder tree where the trainer is located is greater than or equal to 3 subfolders.
Causes a read-only error:
Works without problem
With the same rights as the previous ones and of course the presence of read-only:
[Edited by ReActif, 4/3/2021 5:10:03 PM]
Why is this not being replied to? Most of the posts like this are not HATEFUL at all but are being ignored? Are people being DM'd that why and solutions or feedback not being posted? Or is this considered Hate? Cuz they have dont have a simple response answer?
Im confused Cuz this is accurate. This is VERY Accurate.
I like the idea tho. Tbh i don't even use TMs for these errors exactly. Id like to see them bring worked on or addressed before i even try to use TM 2.0
[Edited by DJPwnage, 4/6/2021 9:56:24 AM]
We're not ignoring this issue. We're looking into every report we get and trying to fix this problem. However if you don't use this TM, why do you think you would get this error?! There are hundreds of users who don't get this error but using the latest TM. How could you say this is accurate when you don't use it?!