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Inquisitor Collins

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#1 13 years ago

I have the latest patch for ut2k4 and it works perfectly. I just installed FragOps though and it will not startup. Here is the error it gives me: "Failed to enter PandoraLogo.ut2: Can't find file 'PandoraLogo.ut2' History: UGameEngine::Init <- InitEngine <- FMallocWindows::Free <- FMallocWindows::Free" Ive tried searching this site and google for an answer to why it does this but could not find anything that wasnt in German. Has anybody had this problem? Here are my specs: AMD XP 2500+ Barton @ 2.2GHz 1gb Geil PC3500 Abit NF7-S KT-400 motherboard Western Digital 120gb harddrive




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#2 13 years ago

Well I don't have the mod (edit, no wait I actually do :P just never tried it) but it looks like there's something wrong with the FragOps intro in your installation. Try going to ut2004\FragOps\Maps and seeing if you have PandoraLogo.ut2 there. If you do, back it up, then go to ut2004\Maps, copy NvidiaLogo.ut2, then paste it into your ut2004\FragOps\Maps directory, and rename it PandoraLogo.ut2. If you don't have PandoraLogo.ut2 then do it anyway, but without backing up obviously. :P




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#3 13 years ago

I found PandoraLogo.ut2 in the FragOps -> Maps dir so I copied it to the ut2004 -> maps dir and it still didnt work. This is an odd one.




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#4 13 years ago

No, no, no. Other way round. Backup your PandoraLogo.ut2 (the one in FragOps\Maps), then copy NvidiaLogo.ut2 from UT2004\Maps, paste it into FragOps\Maps, and rename it to PandoraLogo.ut2 (replacing the old one). If that doesn't work it's a problem with your game rather than the map, in which case you'll probably have to reinstall FragOps.