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SBuilderX crashes to desktop

Discussion in 'Ground2k4, SBuilder, SBuilderX' started by fsisland, 27/12/07.

  1. fsisland

    fsisland

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    Hi.

    I use the "quick and simple method" in SbuilderX to create custom ground directly from the background image, that is SBuilderX will take the images in the present workspace and automatically convert them into a custom ground bgl. When I try to compile the project to make bgl file I get this error message and the program crashes to desktop:

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    Do you have any idea what I am missing here?

    Thanks.
  2. jdberg

    jdberg Resource contributor

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    You probably installed the Manifold Toolbar and the mfd-pack?
    Did you also install the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0?

    It is only an idea but perhaps...

    Jörg
  3. fsisland

    fsisland

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    All of this is in place in my computer I am afraid, but thanks anyway...
  4. Luis_Sá

    Luis_Sá Resource contributor

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    Hello,

    You do not need the Manifold toolbar with version 310 of SBuilderX.

    Please look to the second line of the error message. You will see a long name INF file. This file is created by SBuilderX and then it is passed to the Resample SDK tool. Looking to the error message I am not able to know if the error is when the file is created (create a file = open a file for output) or when it is accessed by the resample.

    Therefore check if the file exists in the shown folder. And check if that folder can be writte/read freely. Apparently something is denying SBuilderX (or Resample) to open that file.

    This is the only thing that I can think of,

    Regards,

    Luis
  5. fsisland

    fsisland

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    You are right, I have to run the program as administrator so the program can access this folder. Thanks for the help.

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