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Corrupt game data



  • So I had to delete my mods folder and start over because things were getting a bit chaotic.

    I reinstalled Visual V, then Natural Vision, then a custom game config, and then warpackusa, which has all the American military planes and cars and stuff that I like to play around with, and my game crashed with the error:

    Corrupt game data. Please reboot, verify the game data or reinstall the game. For more information, please visit http://rsg.ms/verify.

    When I remove warpack, everything runs fine. When warpack is installed, the game crashes. What the hell is going on?



  • @ktrainbfs
    Is it the 'War Pack / Special Edition USA [Add-On] 3.0' just to confirm? (~1.54GB)
    The first thing I would do is redownload & reinstall it & try loading the game before I opened or edited any of the warpack dlc files. Just install it & load the game straight away & see what you get.
    If you still get the corrupt game data warning/crash I would then proceed to remove each vehicle (start by removing whole groups so it's a bit quicker) & see if you can nail it down & find the corrupted one/s. Best of luck :thumbsup:
    Edit: Just so you know, I downloaded the pack from the link above, installed it & loaded up the game successfully with no crashes.



  • @a63nt-5m1th said in Corrupt game data:

    @ktrainbfs
    Is it the 'War Pack / Special Edition USA [Add-On] 3.0' just to confirm? (~1.54GB)
    The first thing I would do is redownload & reinstall it & try loading the game before I opened or edited any of the warpack dlc files. Just install it & load the game straight away & see what you get.
    If you still get the corrupt game data warning/crash I would then proceed to remove each vehicle (start by removing whole groups so it's a bit quicker) & see if you can nail it down & find the corrupted one/s. Best of luck
    Edit: Just so you know, I downloaded the pack from the link above, installed it & loaded up the game successfully

    Yeah there isn't a problem with the pack I had it installed before and it was fine! I have no clue what the problem is.



  • @ktrainbfs
    When did you have the warpack installed previously? It was 'Last Updated: May 24, 2018' so if it was before then the pack may differ from the one you had installed previously. Certainly redownload it & reinstall if you haven't already. Even if it's the same version, things can happen to files if the download was a bit funky (lack of bandwidth, differences between multiple server storage locations etc).

    May be some sort of conflict with something in the warpack that is being read as a corruption even though it isn't actually corrupt.

    Try removing vehicles from the pack, do it in groups to start with (to save time initially) & then load the game to check after each removal. By a process of elimination you should be able to slowly nail it down to one, or a few files & perhaps get an idea of what is causing it :thumbsup:

    Perhaps open each of your .rpf archives one-by-one in OpenIV & see if it gives you a 'this archive is corrupt' etc warning. Replace/default any that do.

    If you get nothing there you could try swapping out each .rpf archive in your 'mods' folder for backups (that you know work & aren't corrupted) or vanilla .rpf archives from your game folder & see if any fix it.
    You can give yourself a quick answer by replacing all the modded .rpf's with backups/vanilla (keep your modded ones safe somewhere). If the corruption error goes away you know you are on the right track & then one-by-one reinsert your modded archives until you find the one causing the problem.
    It's then a process of actually finding the corrupted/problem file inside the .rpf & replacing it with a working one. Use a similar method as you did for the .rpf's. Remove/default mass folders/files & then reinsert until you find the one messing things up. I got a corruption message once before & it was a vehicle .yft file that was causing it so if you identify the culpret .rpf perhaps look at .yft's first.

    Also, remove any scripts you have installed before you do any of this just so they are removed as a variable.

    NVR is beginning to move out from just an Environment/Graphics mod. Did you install the version that is just a graphics mod or did you install any of the vehicle parts or optional extras? I doubt it is that but I don't know the vehicle edits it now has so can't account for them. There are 'Naturalvision Uninstaller' .oiv's in the 'Optional Add-Ons' folder in the NVR download. Would be dead easy to swap between what you have & default & see if it makes any difference? Probably worth testing a selection of gameconfigs too. You never know.



  • Well I am currently reinstalling the game right now, its almost done (Speedy internet).

    I will reinstall everything then, and let you know if it still happens.

    Thanks for all your help!



  • @ktrainbfs
    Aye, let me know how you get on :thumbsup: Here's hoping the reinstall fixes it :slight_smile: :fingers_crossed:


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