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Error Loading Game - Pc Steam

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting & Support' started by Trainster, Dec 27, 2018.

  1. Trainster

    Trainster New Member

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    SOLVED - see post below this.
    The game loaded once, now I get the following error:

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    Here is a screen shot of the directory I have:
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    Not sure what the hyphen marks mean in the error listing when it gets to the last forward slash:
    /TS2Prototype-Win64-Shipping.exe' TS2Prototype CreateProcess0 returned 2.

    ???????? My directory gets as far as Win64 (note there is no hyphen between /TS2Prototype and Win64 in the error directory listing?) but then that is is. I can not see the relationship between the error and my listed directory. What am I missing or suppose to be seeing???
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    I have updated windows and restarted several times. My windows did need to update, however is now fully updated.

    Do I need to uninstall and then reinstall? If so will I have to manually delete this directory after uninstalling and or do anything else before reinstalling?

    I also have Railworks Train Simulator 2018 - (Now updated through steam to 2019) via Steam.

    Do you require any more info???

    TIA,
     
    Last edited: Dec 27, 2018
  2. Trainster

    Trainster New Member

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    SOLVED - Had to reinstall ... and also removed Railworks Train Simulator. Although I was just clutching at straws removing RWTS and now reinstalling that as well. I am sure the windows update and simply reinstall did it.

    I also manually removed folders and restarted computer before reinstalling. I could of also of CCleaned but was going to leave that as last resort ... although I probably should have done that as well seeing it does not take long to clean the registry.

    Hopefully the issues does not repeat itself.
     

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