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#1 12 years ago

I get this error when i try to start Singleplayer. Error-SP.jpg




RaizanDelta

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#2 12 years ago

:eek: OMFGWTFH??? what did you do man? in all my time playing JA i've never even heard of the strings file causing an error... well, i don't have a solution to that one, my advice would be to reinstall.




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#3 12 years ago

From LucasArts

Q: I am getting a message, Error filename length > MAX_QPATH A: ERROR: filename length > MAX_QPATH

Have you taken many screenshots in-game?

If so, please remove them from the "GameData\base\saves" folder. They appear as .JPG files. Try the game now.

If this doesn't work, let's keep these .jpg's out of the "saves" folder for now, make a backup of your "saves" Folder and then uninstall the game and reinstall it to a new folder location (using the Custom install option). Then you can copy your old "saves" folder back into the new "GameData\base" folder and try the game to see if the error has been resolved. You may want to periodically move your .jpg screenshots to a separate backup folder to avoid this problem in the future, if you take a lot of in-game screenshots.

Have you installed any 3rd party add-ons for Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy that you can find on the Internet? We generally see this error caused by some 3rd party, player-made maps for the game, which we do not support.

If so, or if the player whose game that you are trying to join has installed any custom add-ons, then this might be the source of the problem.

I would recommend that you uninstall the game using the shortcut to uninstall Jedi Academy that is located in the Start Menu folder for Jedi Academy or using the "Add/Remove Programs" feature located in the Windows Control Panel (you might want to select "yes" to keep your saves and configuration files), and then reinstall the game (using the Custom install option) to a brand new folder location (such as C:\JA) to see if this resolves the problem. Don't move your old "saves" folder or other custom files over to the new directory until you have tried running the game again to ensure that there are no problems when starting a new player with the fresh install.




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#4 12 years ago

oh so it's prolly got to do with a 3rd party add-on... hehe, no wonder i've never seen it.




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#5 12 years ago

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