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Cant install Main Assets 100 past 19%
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Young_Wolf
01.24.2013 , 09:58 AM | #11
Alright, done that. Doesn't look like it found anything bad, but not sure.

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KrishnaeMarcelle
01.24.2013 , 09:59 AM | #12
Quote: Originally Posted by Beesodd View Post
KrishnaeMarcelle, I saw you taking steps with OwenBrooks (EDIT: And he appears on cue ) and was watching that thread in case I needed to intervene. The step of starting with a clean boot to discount potentially interfering 3rd party programs is a good one.

Thanks.

I tried as instructed and the problem persists.
Wayii, ni mirdala dalal'ika!

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OwenBrooks
01.24.2013 , 10:04 AM | #13
Quote: Originally Posted by KrishnaeMarcelle View Post
I tried as instructed and the problem persists.
1.Please ensure the client is closed.
2.Press the [Windows] Key + [R] at the same time. (The [Windows] key is the key with the Windows icon on it)
3.Copy the following in to the text box and press ok: %localappdata%\SWTOR\swtor\
4.Open the settings folder and then open the client_settings.ini file (this should of recreated)
5.Ensure the following are displayed within, or edit/add if so required:
•Fullscreen = false
•D3DFullScreen = false
•RefreshRate = 60
6.Save and close the file.
7.Start the game as normal.


Can you post up a Dxdiag if the above fails , this will give a good idea of your setup

To get your DXDiag report, follow these instructions:
1.Press the [Windows] Key + [R] at the same time. (The [Windows] key is the key with the Windows icon on it)
2.Type in ‘DxDiag’ and press ‘OK’.
3.This will open the DirectX Diagnostic Tool box.
4.At the bottom of the box is a ‘Save All information’ button. Press it.
5.This will open a ‘Save As’ box. Please ensure the text file is named ‘DxDiag’.
6.Save this to your desktop.
7.Open the saved file, hit Ctrl+A (select all), and then Ctrl+C (copy).
8.Paste that information at the bottom of your post. Please use code or spoiler tags. If you don’t use these then your DXDiag will fill up the page making it hard to navigate your thread.

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OwenBrooks
01.24.2013 , 10:11 AM | #14
Quote: Originally Posted by Young_Wolf View Post
Alright, done that. Doesn't look like it found anything bad, but not sure.
Standbye Young_Wolf

I am looking at something that seems to be cropping up similar with another it maybe a network error but will get back to you

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Young_Wolf
01.24.2013 , 10:14 AM | #15
Alright, thanks

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KrishnaeMarcelle
01.24.2013 , 10:20 AM | #16
Here are infomações file. Split in two for exceeding character limits of the forum.

Spoiler
Wayii, ni mirdala dalal'ika!

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KrishnaeMarcelle
01.24.2013 , 10:21 AM | #17
Second part

Spoiler
Wayii, ni mirdala dalal'ika!

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OwenBrooks
01.24.2013 , 10:22 AM | #18
Quote: Originally Posted by Young_Wolf View Post
Alright, thanks
if you open a browser can you tell me if it wants to save a file , no need to actually save it

http://manifest.swtor.com/patch/patcher.patchmanifest

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Young_Wolf
01.24.2013 , 10:28 AM | #19
Quote: Originally Posted by OwenBrooks View Post
if you open a browser can you tell me if it wants to save a file , no need to actually save it

http://manifest.swtor.com/patch/patcher.patchmanifest
Can't save it.

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OwenBrooks
01.24.2013 , 10:31 AM | #20
Quote: Originally Posted by KrishnaeMarcelle View Post
Second part

Spoiler
Wow you are getting alot of crashes have a look at the last bit of part 2 now most of the crashes are in the AMD video drivers and the AMD Fuel Service , it also appears firefox and other programs have been crashing.

In the first instance try this

Click the AMD Catalyst Install Manager to highlight it.
Above you will see a button that says 'Change'. Click that.
Now Click Uninstall Manager, Click Next
Then Click on custom and press Next again.
Tick the box for AMD APP SDK Runtime, then click Next
Now Click Finish.

The issue should be resolved if it isn't can you download a new copy of the AMD video drivers and then uninstall your current ones and then re-install. Your problem appears to lay with the AMD drivers