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Technical Issue Issue running MBII

Discussion in 'Support' started by Vergames, Sep 28, 2018.

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  1. Vergames

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    So i Checked Enable Logging and i hit Repair Installation and... Still does not work.
     
  2. Puppytine

    Puppytine Slayed dreamer

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    You have to wait till Launcher download all stuff from the Internet.
    It may take 10 or even 30 minutes.
    During repair, name of the file that is currently downloading is displayed at near of the bottom of Launcher.
     
  3. Vergames

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    First when i hit repair it froze so i ended it in the Task Manager did i mess up the download doing that?
     
  4. Puppytine

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    Are you sure it actually did freeze?
    Start it again, click "Repair", wait some time (5 minutes at least) and see are there new files in "Jedi Academy\GameData\MBII".

    Here's how correct "MBII" directory should look like:

    [​IMG]
     
  5. Vergames

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    Wait i see alot of WinRar files do i need WinRar? Because i use 7Zip
     
  6. Faux

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    lol'd
     
  7. Puppytine

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    Are you trolling me? Literally nobody mentioned WinRAR in this thread, and the fact you saw that .pk3 files are associated with WinRAR on my PC doesn't change anything.

    Please stop fooling around and just do exactly what I said in my previous reply: repair MBII installation with Launcher and see are there new files in your MBII folder (there must be plenty of).
     
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  8. Vergames

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    Okay okay jeez i am trying to get all the Info before messing around with stuff!
     
  9. Vergames

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    Help meh.JPG So i tried and this Happened.
     
  10. Chaos the Chaotic

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    You're screwed.

    Bye.
     
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  11. Puppytine

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    Wow, this is the first time ever I see this error message. You're really unlucky.
    I can only suggest to restart a computer, shut down anti-virus completely and try again repairing.
     
  12. LukeJM

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    Puppy Hes not only one ho has no luck (me either have no luck D:)
     
  13. WaceMindu

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    That or try removing JKA + MBII entirely, reinstall JKA, do a manual installation of MBII ( Movie Battles II V1.5.1.1 FULL file ) which you extract in your JKA installation folder, and then use the launcher - I suspect he has files he shouldn't have lying around that are fucking everything up.
    Before doing that though, make sure you've got the .NET Framework files up to date: Download .NET Framework 4.7.2 . That could be the reason for that error.
     
  14. Defiant

    Defiant Project Leader Movie Battles II Team Code Leader

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    Click details and repost a screenshot showing the details
     
  15. Vergames

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    Okay i will do that and also i have no anti virus i have a Anti Virus Scanner but i do not have a Anti Virus
    Edit:Wait i do have a anti virus... Its called Windows defender it came with my Computer so... Ignore the last parts of the message
     
    Last edited: Oct 5, 2018

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