My JK2 won't reinstall! I need some help please... -1 reply

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Clonehunter

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#1 9 years ago

Okay, now i dont know why it did this, but the last few times i strted up Jk2 MP, my game for some reason ended saying, that thier is an error. So i attempted to rienstall the game. Now when i rienstalled (1st try) it said this : Component: Game File Group: Game Files File: D:\GameData\GameData\Base\assets0.pk3 Error: Incorrect Function I thought that this happened because the the JK2 folder was still in the LucasArts, so i deleted it, and tried again. This time (2nd Try), it said: Component: Game File Group: Game Files File: D:\GameData\GameData\Base\assets0.pk3 Error: Incorrect Function That was with Auto setup. So then i tried Custom Setup (3rd try), and then i got (you guessed it): Component: Game File Group: Game Files File: D:\GameData\GameData\Base\assets0.pk3 Error: Incorrect Function I have no idea what this means, but i am very frustated. So any help would be appreciated, thanks.




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#2 9 years ago

well, could you please tell me what happened in the steps BEFORE you got the message? looking by the path of your assets0.pk3 (which contains the maps textures and such, in case you dont know =D) is somewhere it shouldnt be. mine is here: C:\Program Files\LucasArts\Star Wars JK II Jedi Outcast\GameData\base\assets0.pk3

correct me if im wrong, but D:\GameData\GameData\Base\assets0.pk3 <- this shouldnt be there. try going there (D:\GameData\GameData\Base\assets0.pk3) and deleting the file, and reinstall again. Hope it helps! Tres




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#3 9 years ago

forgive me, it seems your cd has been corrupted. you could report this to Raven or Lucas Arts. Im sorry




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#4 9 years ago

you've had this problem?




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#5 9 years ago

Check your CD. Is it dirty or scratched? At which point exactly do you get that error?