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jonima

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#1 11 years ago

Please help me....i have download serenity saber system demo....i installed it, and when i play singleplayer.....it kicks me out with this error......UI_saberloadsparm......it says single_3.sab....it asks me to make the .npc smaller.....i just have knights of the force.....i have deleted all the mods i have....and stilll nothing.........it doesnt play.....PLEASE HELP!!!!what can i do??




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#2 11 years ago

[COLOR="Navy"]Maybe the mod is the wrong.[/COLOR]




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#3 11 years ago

Ok, I've just moved two posts (one made by jonima and other made by jk3editor) from this thread:

http://forums.filefront.com/sw-jk3-problems-errors-help/269367-wat-does-mean.html

In case some of you don't know, resurrecting old threads (and that one is über old; it dates back to 2006) is really a bad idea and should be avoided under any circumstances. Searching the forum for old threads in an attemp to find some helpful information is always a good idea, but posting in those same threads just to say the suggestion doesn't work for you and bumping them in the process is definitely not a good idea. Creating a new thread, such as this one here is the right thing to do. Keep that in mind, please. Thank you. :don:

jonima;5180218i just have knights of the force.....

Did you remove that mod too?




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#4 11 years ago

First off I'm going to say remove KotF. Oh, but be careful, last I heard the uninstaller had 13 active viruses.

Secondly, you have too many mods, specifically sabers and NPCs.

If removing them doesn't work (Which it will) then post the exact error. Word for word.




jk3editor

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#5 11 years ago

Tricorder;5180305Ok, I've just moved two posts (one made by jonima and other made by jk3editor) from this thread:

http://forums.filefront.com/sw-jk3-problems-errors-help/269367-wat-does-mean.html

In case some of you don't know, resurrecting old threads (and that one is über old; it dates back to 2006) is really a bad idea and should be avoided under any circumstances. Searching the forum for old threads in an attemp to find some helpful information is always a good idea, but posting in those same threads just to say the suggestion doesn't work for you and bumping them in the process is definitely not a good idea. Creating a new thread, such as this one here is the right thing to do. Keep that in mind, please. Thank you. :don:

[COLOR=Navy]Uhh...I didn't notice it...I just saw the new threads, that have new posts (that are bold), and I answered:D I didn't see, when did they make it:)[/COLOR]




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#6 11 years ago
-Raz0r-;5180354First off I'm going to say remove KotF. Oh, but be careful, last I heard the uninstaller had 13 active viruses.

I've experienced something like that, actually. Just uninstall it from the control panel and you should be fine.




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#7 11 years ago
sinchiss;5181087I've experienced something like that, actually. Just uninstall it from the control panel and you should be fine.

Control panel automatically runs the program's uninstaller anyway... :rolleyes:




sinchiss

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#8 11 years ago
NAB622;5181576Control panel automatically runs the program's uninstaller anyway... :rolleyes:

Are you sure? The setup wasn't the same, and I didn't get any 'threats detected' messages, as opposed to when I used the uninstaller.




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#9 11 years ago

Absolutely sure, I've tried to use control panel to uninstall programs that had been deleted manually from the hard disk, and it complained that the uninstaller was missing.




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#10 11 years ago

Uninstalling via the control panel will locate the provided uninstaller. The uninstaller basically tracks the registry entries and associated files, and wipes it all. If the uninstaller is missing, it will complain, and disappear from the list. So yeah, I believe it does use the attached uninstaller, though I've never poked at KotF and I never will. Perhaps the reason it doesn't complain about viruses is because it's run through windows processes, rather than running the executable directly - That's just a guess, though.




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