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Old 06-12-2004, 01:09 PM   #1
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Racer + FMOD = X crash :/


I installed racer, and when executing it it crashes the server and it says that FMOD has caused an error, what to do? I browsed some older posts put didnt find anything that would help..
 
Old 06-16-2004, 04:53 AM   #2
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If it is an FMOD error you may be able to go here http://www.fmod.org/ and download a newer version of FMOD. Then find the fmod file in the game dir and replace it with the newer one. It is hard for me to tell wich exact file they are using as I don't have the game but I ran into a similar problem with fmod in a different game awhile ago. Basically just search and find all the fmod files in the game dir and replace any that are in there with the corresponding newer fmod if applicable. Other than that it is anyones guess I would assume.
 
Old 06-16-2004, 10:16 AM   #3
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If it is an FMOD error you may be able to go here http://www.fmod.org/ and download a newer version of FMOD. Then find the fmod file in the game dir and replace it with the newer one. It is hard for me to tell wich exact file they are using as I don't have the game but I ran into a similar problem with fmod in a different game awhile ago. Basically just search and find all the fmod files in the game dir and replace any that are in there with the corresponding newer fmod if applicable. Other than that it is anyones guess I would assume.

Well, i have the newest release of FMOD :|
 
  


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