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Celery.2461
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#1 -

I submitted a ticket yesterday regarding crashes. I was told to run an msconfig. That change caused my computer to BSOD.

Here’s my error info:

—> Crash <—
Assertion: A file was corrupted in the archive. Please run once with ‘-repair’!
File: ..\..\..\Game\Main\MainCli.cpp(591)
App: Gw2.exe
Pid: 2544
Cmdline: -allowInstall -isRelaunch
BaseAddr: 00400000
ProgramId: 101
Build: 16305
When: 2012-12-17T04:22:07Z 2012-12-16T20:22:07-08:00
Uptime: 0 days 0:04:01
Flags: 0

—> System <—
IpAddr: 192.168.1.148
Processors: 4 [GenuineIntel:6:10:7]
OSVersion: Windows 6.1 (64 bit)

—> System Memory <—
Physical: 4545MB/ 8172MB 55%
Paged: 11769MB/16342MB 72%
Virtual: 2097MB/ 4095MB 51%
Load: 44%
CommitTotal: 4573MB
CommitLimit: 16342MB
CommitPeak: 4574MB
SystemCache: 4816MB
HandleCount: 22410
ProcessCount: 69
ThreadCount: 844

—> Process Memory <—
Private: 1649MB
WorkingSet: 1484MB
PeakWorkingSet: 1484MB
PageFaults: 1426799

—> Game Context <—
MapId: 50
Flags: 0×241
ElapsedTime: 00:03:22

—> Error Logs <—
e886’ from parent bone ‘aura’, there’s no bone with that name.
Model ‘0×080bcf’: UnlinkModel called on CModel without LinkComponent
Texture missing mip chain: 0×066f6c
Texture missing mip chain: 0×066f6d
Model ‘0×054cab’: Missing anim or fallbacks: rgtrunfidl
Model ‘0×080bcf’: UnlinkModel called on CModel without LinkComponent
Model ‘0×080bcf’: UnlinkModel called on CModel without LinkComponent
Model ‘0×080bcf’: UnlinkModel called on CModel without LinkComponent
Model ‘0×03ad12’: Missing anim or fallbacks: wgtrunfidl
Model ‘0×0079ea’: Missing anim or fallbacks: extoast
Model ‘0×019864’: Missing anim or fallbacks: ugtrunfidl
Model ‘0×080bcf’: UnlinkModel called on CModel without LinkComponent
Model ‘0×054cab’: Missing anim or fallbacks: rgtrunfidl
Model ‘0×019841’: Missing anim or fallbacks: ugtrunfidl
Model ‘0×0071e4’: Missing anim or fallbacks: ugtidlewlkb
Model ‘0×080bcf’: UnlinkModel called on CModel without LinkComponent
Model ‘0×03ad12’: Missing anim or fallbacks: wgtrunfidl
Content is referencing a propID that doesn’t exist propId=‘1600441043174588950’
Content is referencing a propID that doesn’t exist propId=‘1600445505645609508’
Content is referencing a propID that doesn’t exist propId=‘1600443229312942633’
Content is referencing a propID that doesn’t exist propId=‘1600443319507255854’
Model ‘0×080bcf’: UnlinkModel called on CModel without LinkComponent
Model ‘0×005cb0’: UnlinkModel called on CModel without LinkComponent
Model ‘0×00dc9d’: Missing anim or fallbacks: zeropose
Model ‘0×00dc98’: Missing anim or fallbacks: zeropose
Content is referencing a propID that doesn’t exist propId=‘1600448005316575798’
Model ‘0×080bcf’: UnlinkModel called on CModel without LinkComponent
Model ‘0×080b7b’: Missing anim or fallbacks: ugtrunfidl
Model ‘0×005cb0’: UnlinkModel called on CModel without LinkComponent
Model ‘0×080bcf’: UnlinkModel called on CModel without LinkComponent
File 0×49b2 stream 0×0 is corrupt
Raw file 0×000049b2:0×000049b2 has CRC 0xe3ab100b.
Deleting file 0×000049b2

—> DirectX Device Info <—
VendorId = 0×10de
DeviceId = 0×1086
Version = 9.18.0013.0697
Description = NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570
Compat = 0×00100800
VidMem = 4049 MB

Every time this has happened, I run repair. Last night I ran it several times to no avail. Today it worked just fine for a while and then again started crashing randomly. I’m not zoning, it’s just standing around town. This started happening yesterday—no crashes before.

Now I crash half the time when I log in initially, sometimes after a few minutes of standing around. I reinstalled the game earlier, after deleting everything including the local.dat file. I made sure DirectX 9 was up to date. My graphics drivers are up to date. My computer is not overheating (checked it). No other programs are having any issues. GW2 is just shooting corrupt files everywhere.


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ArenaNet Poster
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#32 -

Celery and Zilent Night,

Your Crash logs are showing CRC errors, what this means is that something has caused a file to be the wrong size and corrupted the installation. The first thing we want to rule out are issues on your drive.

Please do the following first to check and repair your drive:

1. Open Computer by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Computer.

2. Right-click the hard disk drive that you want to check, and then click Properties.

3. Click the Tools tab, and then, under Error-checking, click Check Now. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.

4. To check for both file errors and physical errors, select both Automatically fix file system errors and Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors.

5. Click Start.

Depending upon the size of your hard disk, this may take several minutes. For best results, don’t use your computer for any other tasks while it’s checking for errors.

Once that is complete, Please navigate to your Documents > Guild Wars 2 folder and in there you should see a file called Local.dat. Delete this file.

Next:

1. Navigate to your Guild Wars 2 installation folder.

2. Right-click on “GW2.exe” and select “Create Shortcut.”

3. Rename this shortcut to “Guild Wars 2 Repair.”

4. Right-click on this shortcut and select “Properties.”

5. Edit the “Target” line to include -repair at the end.

Note: Please make sure -repair is outside of the quotes

Correctly Formatted Example: “C:\Games\Guild Wars 2\GW2.exe” -repair
Incorrectly Formatted Example: “C:\Games\Guild Wars 2\GW2.exe -repair”

6. Once completed, click “Ok” to save your changes.

If you get an error trying to save, your target line may not have the correct format. Please try step 5 again.

7. Double click “Guild Wars 2 Repair” to start the repair process.

Once completed, please try starting Guild Wars 2 again and see if this resolves your issue.