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#1 Posted at 2009-08-08 11:17        
     
umm can you help me with something i add map mods in my arma folder when i want to start the map the game shuts down and a error comes up

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#2 Posted at 2009-08-08 11:24        
     
Hi and :welcome to Armaholic

Please read the above info as if you were one of us who does not live in your house reading it and think wether the info you provide should tell us anything about your problem.
If after having given it some thought you think this is more than enough info to go with............keep waiting, otherwise edit your post and add some more info helping us to help you.


Additionally do not cross post, like posting your question in mulitple threads. That wont get you anywhere faster and is only annoying for people reading.

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#3 Posted at 2009-08-16 13:36        
     
I understand what he is saying. I have the same issue.
When I create a single or MP mission using any island addon and try to reload it,the game crashes on load saying there is no such place in the 'world' -- meaning any .wrp file like Saharani.

The units are seen hovering over the ocean and, if the crash isn't immediate, fall in and start swimming.

This happens regardless of my putting the .pbo island files in the game Addons folder or a folder of their own like other addons.

The custom missions will load and begin/start without problem. It is just when trying to resume that I have the problem.
I see many people creating missions but have seen little discussion about the above.