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crash Renegade X keeps crashing once game starts
5lood237 posted a topic in Technical SupportHi, I just downloaded Renegade X today, and I am having troubles playing the game. At first, the menu had a very low fps, so I had it on windowed mode 1600x900 and adjusted some settings, which seemed to help a little bit. Unfortunately, I couldn't try these settings in game because the game crashed almost immediately once the game starts, or allows me to get to first contact before crashing and exiting to desktop. I've been playing on skirmish since I want to try the game before playing online. I attached the logs, it seems to have a lot of errors at the end of the file. Any help fixing this? I've tried the following: switching to x32/x64 disabling/enabling PhysX disabling motion blur disabling Steam overlay Windowed mode Different maps (different maps last for a varying amount of time before crashing) Any help appreciated. Thanks! Launch.log
I'm a fan of the original game, and would love to walk around it in VR. If I can get the original maps and models in to Unity, I think I can give myself a nostalgia moment for old times sake. I'm sorry if this was the wrong place to post, I'm new, and admittedly only joined to ask this question. Thank you for you help.
SDK To Game - "LIGHTING NEEDS TO BE REBUILD"
TK0104 posted a topic in Technical SupportSo currently I have an issue with a WIP map of mine which annoys me like f***. The problem is: I have lights builded and it doesn't give this message on your screen with "LIGHTING NEEDS TO BE REBUILD" in the SDK (Neither in Play in Editor or Play on PC. When I move it to the game itself, it shows "LIGHTING NEEDS TO BE REBUILD" every time. I'm kinda wondering what this could be. I've checked the log and there are no warnings about missing meshes, only 1 material that can't be found according to the log BUT the material can be found (Hologram material from Mesa). That doesn't affect it. Also I've checked the custom mesh I've added and that's also not the issue. But I'm not good at reading logs so I could've missed something. I'll include it so someone else can check it. Launch.log @kenz3001 @Schmitzenbergh @Havoc89 @Fffreak9999 @Cronus or anyone who knows what could cause it, please help! Thanks, TK0104
Installer crashing on apply
picKticKet posted a topic in Technical SupportSo, I am brand new to this and just downloaded the game, however after I start the launcher and it asks me to install, I click yes...but then it crashes once it reaches the apply step
We've all been there: when the combined frustrations of a match simply become too much, and we rage-quit. This post is meant to help others understand the mental processes surrounding the rage-quit and know how to alleviate the resulting negative emotions. Before getting into the meat of this post, I'd like to define two important terms: brain vs. mind. When I refer to "your brain," I refer to the part of your head that interprets and processes things in an unconscious, instinctual and calculating way. When I refer to "your mind" or "you," I refer to the part of you that has cognition, an internal voice and an ability to think and use logic. So you've rage-quit, and now the source of anger and frustration is gone, but those feelings are still there. You're still shaking, fuming, even though you know it's just a game. So why do you still feel so shitty? Your brain will interpret video games as competitive tasks. When you are repeatedly beaten down despite your best efforts, your brain interprets this as failure to complete tasks, as a failure to achieve, and as a failure to meet standards you've unintentionally set for yourself (or for your team). Even though your mind can make the distinction between failure in a game and failure in real life, your brain doesn't know the difference. Your brain will process perceived failures into negative emotions that manifest in your mind as anger and frustration, which can climax with a rage-quit. These feelings tend to linger afterwards, making you irritable and irrational. So how can you prevent or minimize the lingering negativity? You can't control your brain, but you can influence it. The best way to alleviate negativity after a rage-quit is to make yourself feel like you've accomplished something. If you force your brain to process accomplishment rather than failure, you will quickly feel better. I rage-quit pretty hard this morning. I felt like trash, and wanted to put my mind to other things. I made breakfast, took care of my recycling, handled some important phonecalls, went for a swim, took a shower, and then wrote this out, in that order. Sometime in the middle of all that, I realized how quickly I got over the nonsense from this morning, and why. It was because I'd avoided nonproductive, escapist activities like TV and meme-browsing; instead I'd focused on returning a sense of accomplishment through a succession of small "victories," as mundane as they may seem. So when you get pissed off at RenX (as one does), by all means, rage-quit. Then do something productive! Exercise, cook, clean, rotate your tires... not only will you feel better, you'll be rewarded with the fruit of your labors, and you'll have transmuted something negative into something positive.
Failed to start the game
Mr_JLamna posted a topic in Technical SupportDear devs I have a little bit of problem. I just instoled youre game, and, when I try to start the game it's fails, and giwes me this message:"Failed to create D3D9 Device! This can happen if the desktop is locked. Exiting...". What should I do to fix it? Sensirly, Mr_JLamna. P.S. Sorry for my grammar. English is not my first languich.