Thanks for the information. I linked to the thread as that was the one I had and/or was in my bookmarks. I'll keep it in mind.Stranger;429359 said:Absolutely not. That is an antiquated and obsolete version of FableExplorer and should be considered as a last resort as it is not as functional as the current versions of FableExplorer and it will break the environments if it is used to compile the game.bin (which can be fixed by recompiling the game.bin with the current version of FableExplorer).
Stranger;429359 said:Have you installed Fable?
Have you moved Fable to a different directory since you installed it?
Have you changed Fable's registry data?
Stranger;429359 said:Are you using Vista or Windows 7?
Have you installed .NET Framework 2.0 SP1 (or .NET Framework 3.5 for newer versions of FableExplorer) or later versions of the .NET Framework?
Have you installed MSVC++ 2005 SP1 (or MSVC++ 2008 for newer versions of FableExplorer) or later packages of the MSVC++ Runtimes?
Did you download the def.xml that is required by all versions of FableExplorer?
Are you attempting to run FableExplorer while Fable or ChocolateBox is already running?
Did you flag any of the Fable data files as Read-only?
Stranger;429789 said:No? You didn't install Fable? I'm sure that's just an oversight, but the accuracy of the information you give me is important.
Stranger;429789 said:Do you have ownership of the Program Files directories?
Do you have ownership of the directory that FableExplorer is in?
Are you running FableExplorer as an admin?
Stranger;429789 said:If you initially experienced Vista-related issues with FableExplorer (Access Denied) and do not have such issues now, have you cleared out your VirtualStore file cache (fruit of the poisonous tree)?