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There are several possible causes: Your system may not have all necessary patches, listed here — namely, smacp4e and smacxp103fus; There are some old builds that cause crashes when an Air interceptor-capable unit is set to Sentry on a friendly base (Shift+L), that base get attacked by an enemy's bomber, and your unit automatically stands up for protection. ...


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As you know, Niantic occasionally releases new versions of Pokemon Go. In order for those changes to not be a buggy mess, developers and testers have to ensure the latest changes work on a whole bunch of devices, as well as various versions of Android and iOS. Here's the catch: If Niantic continued to support every old device, the effort of developing for ...


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Right click the game/program you are having problems. Select properties -> local files -> Verify Integrity of local files. This will make Steam check for the local files and any files that are corrupted/missing will be reacquired.


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I have managed to solve this issue with a rather simple fix. I read somewhere that the config file with the ETS2 directory in documents sometimes "goes bad", and that it needs to be deleted. Once the file is deleted and the game is launched, the game will create a new config file with default values, and uses that from that point onwards. I've done what is ...


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