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Wolf01

Slightly cooler than a n00b

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#1 12 years ago

Okay, I just installed the Victory 3 class Star Destroyer and when I try to play the game, I get a message that says; Out of memory. Increase swap file size. WTF is the Swap file, how do i increase it's size, and does anyone have any OTHER tips to avoid/help with this?




wraith_shadow

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#2 12 years ago

I suggest that you check the help and support forum. There is another topic on this in there. I am pretty sure its when you have an extra quote in your ODF double check that. If not, the answer is in the forum I told you to go.

Edit: Sorry, I was wrong when I said it was missing a quote. Still the answer is in the Problems Errors and Help forum.




Wolf01

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#3 12 years ago

Thx. Running ODF Diagnostic now...

Diagnostic complete. Yeah, I had apostrophes in the names. That's what was causing the problem. Thx man. Owe you one.




Majestic-MSFC

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#4 12 years ago

wraith_shadowI suggest that you check the help and support forum. There is another topic on this in there. I am pretty sure its when you have an extra quote in your ODF double check that. If not, the answer is in the forum I told you to go.

Edit: Sorry, I was wrong when I said it was missing a quote. Still the answer is in the Problems Errors and Help forum.

Actually your right, he is missing a quote "

Its one of the first major problems any modder comes across.




draconis_sharp

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#5 12 years ago

Well, it's a mistake anyone can make. It's fairy simple to accidentally remove a quote mark. Of course, it's not always a missing quote mark.




Majestic-MSFC

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#6 12 years ago
draconis_sharpWell, it's a mistake anyone can make. It's fairy simple to accidentally remove a quote mark. Of course, it's not always a missing quote mark.

Quite true, and your right it is not always a missing quote mark but in my personal experence 99% of the time it actually is.