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ciena

Jul 30, 2006, 8:41pm
What would cause me to crash with both puters in one certain area in america
world. no one else crashes there. i have deleted cashe and still crash
there. the error says unable to recover from cashe (error 17) i have
rebooted and still crash in that one area. I have 8 gig HD and I have tons
of space left. I did a debug log and sent it to chris and he said theres
noting on it that would cause it.

kenneth

Jul 30, 2006, 10:33pm
Something similar happened to me years ago, in 1 room in my world, it
crashed my computer every time, even after deleting cache. I never found the
answer without deleting the whole world, but you might want to make sure
there aren't any corrupted files that try to download when you go there.
Even deleting cache wouldn't help since it tries to download them every time
you go there. So if you haven't already, turn on "Print object errors in
chat window" under Settings -> Advanced. If you see a file that you don't
know of, find it and delete it. You might need to use a bot to locate it,
although I don't know how to do that. That's all I really know without
totally restarting the world. And yes, it can happen to some computers and
not others. One other thing, if your friends don't have as high as a
download limit on their computers as you do, you might be downloading a huge
song that is causing problems, same thing might happen with a streaming
media file, if you have yours turned on and they don't.

-Kenneth

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kenneth

Jul 30, 2006, 10:40pm
Also, I don't know what kind of Windows you are using, but 8 GB hard drive
is a bit small nowadays when you are using lots of files like the AW cache.
I would make sure there is always around 1 GB free space on the drive
because of cache and also temp files in other programs.

-Kenneth


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talisan

Jul 31, 2006, 12:57am
I'm hoping she meant 80gb :)
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impy kn

Jul 31, 2006, 1:47am
8G? do they even make'm that small anymore?
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talisan

Jul 31, 2006, 2:36am
No, they do not. lol... but I still have a stack of harddrives on my shelf
here, from 8 to 16gb... I keep them as backups... thinking about throwing
them away soon tho :)
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simplaza.net

Jul 31, 2006, 2:51am
RAID arrays <3 Go for it
Throwing away storage is like wasting food O_O plus, who knows what good
old data you may have on it
(you wouldn't have any old cache, would you? ;))

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ciena

Jul 31, 2006, 10:04am
I meant 80 lol
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flyyukon

Jul 31, 2006, 2:23pm
I have a 1.8 gb hard drive somewheres around here...

karten

Jul 31, 2006, 2:34pm
how about and old FULL height 80MB (yes MB not GB)MFM drive?
or old Shugart 8-inch single sided Floppy drive?

hmm think im telling my computer age now *chuckles*

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ciena

Jul 31, 2006, 2:43pm
PeteH found out want was causing it. he had me turn off all pictures and
audio and see if i could go there. that worked :) we just deleted the whole
build anyway because it had tons of pictures and pictwlls and walks with
create picture on them and none of the URL's were working. so that took care
of that problem. Pete was crashing there too.
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kenneth

Jul 31, 2006, 7:14pm
Ah good :) LOL yeah back in 1995 my Mom had a 540 MB drive with Windows 95.

-Kenneth


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sarus tor ss

Aug 1, 2006, 6:53am
Hard drives? I remember when computers loaded from a floppy disk and stored
everything in ram...

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talisan

Aug 1, 2006, 10:10pm
ok! My first computer used a cassette recorder! I had to wait for 30 to 60
minutes of loading time before I could even use it! ;)

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