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snowdog82

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#1 13 years ago

anyone?




ProxXect

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#2 13 years ago

A documented solution is to delete all of your jampconfig.cfg files in your base folder. Doing that will wipe out all your binds, but should fix your problem. If that doesn't work; are you running the newest patch?




Diarrhea Knight

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#3 13 years ago

delete the jampconfig.cfg file = your game wont be able to start (dont even try this without a backup copy) tamper weirdly with it = your game will stop loading at the Jedi Academy screen and man can u guys stop asking "are u running newest patch?" almost all the problems have nothing to do with that. i suggest reinstalling ur game, if that doesnt work then lucasarts has failed you again.




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#4 13 years ago
reallyreallyboreddelete the jampconfig.cfg file = your game wont be able to start (dont even try this without a backup copy)[/quote] Wrong. The game automaticly makes a new jampconfig.cfg file if it's not detected on startup.
reallyreallyboredtamper weirdly with it = your game will stop loading at the Jedi Academy screen
Wrong again. The jampconfig.cfg file is a configuration file made to tell the game what to bind to each button on your keyboard, video settings, sound settings etc. No command in the jampconfig.cfg has any relation to messing up anything in the JA startup. Not unless you know what you're doing. [QUOTE=reallyreallybored]and man can u guys stop asking "are u running newest patch?" almost all the problems have nothing to do with that.

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