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LSPDFR Crashes after "forceduty"

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Hello,

I've recently updated my game, and before that, everything was fine. Now, I'm experiencing crashes every time I forceduty. Some plugins load, then LSPDFR crashes. I've tried using Albo1125's troubleshooter, but it says there is no installation errors.

 

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Hello,

Here are some things I want you to try after looking at your log:

1. Post a screenshot of your plugins folder, and the LSPDFR folder that is in the plugins folder.

2. Open the Cheep Callouts configuration file with Notepad C++, and find the line that is titled something close to: "forceupdatedversion". From there, set that to false.

 

Hope That Helped!

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17 hours ago, UnknownBastion said:

Hello,

Here are some things I want you to try after looking at your log:

1. Post a screenshot of your plugins folder, and the LSPDFR folder that is in the plugins folder.

2. Open the Cheep Callouts configuration file with Notepad C++, and find the line that is titled something close to: "forceupdatedversion". From there, set that to false.

 

Hope That Helped!

Hey there, 

Thanks for the reply, I fixed the problem just 10 minutes ago. 

 

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38 minutes ago, CVPIguy said:

Hey there, 

Thanks for the reply, I fixed the problem just 10 minutes ago. 

 

By doing what Bastion said right?

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On 12/20/2018 at 6:26 PM, Pavy said:

By doing what Bastion said right?

No, I just experimented with some game files, and stuff. I'm not sure what I did to fix the problem though.

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4 minutes ago, CVPIguy said:

No, I just experimented with some game files, and stuff. I'm not sure what I did to fix the problem though.

Well just to let you know, the only solution is what Bastion said. It's happening with everyone with cheepcallouts and your like the hundredth person regarding this situation. 

The callouts have been taken down by the author so yeah. It's an issue with his update server or he took it offline.

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