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Major patch problem!

Posted: Wed Mar 08, 2006 11:47 pm
by Duckstop
Just downloaded the newest patch. But when i try to run it i get this message saying:

A fatal error occured in Uplink
Please report this on the Uplink forums at
http://www.introvision.co.uk/

Uplink will now shut down

And now im doing what i am told.
I have tried downloading the patch from elsewhere but i get the same error.

My latest error log, the reason i got the patch:

===============================================
NEW GAME 23:13, 8/3/2006
===============================================
Version : 1.0
RELEASE
Win32 Build
Version 1.0 (Release)
Compiled on Sep 10 2001 at 01:28:16
(code-T)
Loading uplink options from E:\Spil\Uplink\users/options...success

Successfully loaded data archive data.dat
Successfully loaded data archive graphics.dat
Successfully loaded data archive loading.dat
Successfully loaded data archive sounds.dat
Successfully loaded data archive music.dat
Successfully loaded data archive fonts.dat
Loading profile from E:\Spil\Uplink\users/DOA.usr...
An (unrecognised) Uplink Internal Error has occured
===================================================
============== B E G I N C O R E D U M P =================
retAddress = 004AC5A3
retAddress = 004B516D
============== E N D C O R E D U M P =====================

Any help would be good here...

Plz!

Posted: Thu Mar 09, 2006 11:22 am
by Rkiver
After installing the patch you need to create a new user.

Completely delete Uplink, install it fresh and then immediately apply the patch.

Posted: Mon Mar 13, 2006 9:26 pm
by Duckstop
Thanks, but i figured i out myself...
(Copying the patch files into my Uplink dir diddent really occured to me... Damn i feel stupid :s)

But thx anyway....

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