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JPLRepo

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  1. JPLRepo's post in Cant recover Vessel was marked as the answer   
    This bug was fixed by the 1.12.1 patch. Download it and you should be fine.
  2. JPLRepo's post in Is there a penalty when using cheats? was marked as the answer   
    The game doesn't. Only your Conscience .
  3. JPLRepo's post in Regular crashes in 1.4.1+MH was marked as the answer   
    Are you running in 64 bit? 32 bit struggles especially with mods and graphics settings on max.
  4. JPLRepo's post in Simple Translations Illegal was marked as the answer   
    I do not understand the problem, but even if I did that is not how bugs get fixed. If you have a bug to report you can raise it on the official bug tracker.
    Here are the instructions:
    Here is the link to the bug tracker http://bugs.kerbalspaceprogram.com/
  5. JPLRepo's post in Curseforge: no 1.3.1 version was marked as the answer   
    Yes, we have raised this with Curse. Hopefully it will be addressed soon-ish.
  6. JPLRepo's post in Crashing on Launch was marked as the answer   
    FMOD sound driver failure. Do you have more than one sound device on your PC? Which one have you selected? Is it the right one?
    Try updating your drivers for sound and GPU.
    Also, yes a bit of info about your system specs might help.
  7. JPLRepo's post in Sun jerks around in vessel view was marked as the answer   
    Read the KSP Weekly's....
    Or this dev blog:
    http://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/developerarticles.html/enter-the-shadows-r205/
    In particular this post:
    http://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/developerarticles.html/enter-the-shadows-r205/&page=2#comment-2610
     
  8. JPLRepo's post in OS Sierra VS KSP was marked as the answer   
    Yep: Known problem. Search the forums for "OSX Sierra"
    workarounds:
     
  9. JPLRepo's post in [OSX] KSP stuck on "loading asset bundle definitions" was marked as the answer   
    Try this:
    If you open the app bundle by right clicking on it and navigating the internal structure to the MacOS folder and run the executable directly.
  10. JPLRepo's post in Crash on rendez-vous in LKO was marked as the answer   
    There is a known problem with Part Highlighter and the Aero Overlay in combination.
    http://bugs.kerbalspaceprogram.com/issues/13188
    The best way to avoid it is to either not use the Aero Overlay, or turn off the Part Highlighter in flight until a fix can be found.
    If you are using one and not the other you should be ok.
  11. JPLRepo's post in OK, so I tried a new tactic, and it didn't work. It still crashed. was marked as the answer   
    sorry I wasn't clear enough.
    Your log:
    ******* Log Initiated for Kerbal Space Program - 1.1.3.1289 (WindowsPlayer) *******

    Which tells me you are running 32 bit KSP (which can only use about 3GB? roughly of RAM)
    Run 64 bit KSP and your problem will go away.

    EDIT:
    Or, you are running 64 bit and you have posted the 32 bit logs (they are in different folders)... and if that is the case, then your problem could be something else entirely.
     
  12. JPLRepo's post in How to generate/locate output log file? was marked as the answer   
    This sticky at the top of this forum contains the information you seek.
     
  13. JPLRepo's post in Issue with Contracts was marked as the answer   
    So you are running multiple version of Module Manager for a start.. and they are getting errors.
    ModuleManager.2.6.22 v2.6.22.0
    ModuleManager.2.6.24 v2.6.24.0
    You have other mods that are out of date for KSP 1.1.3 that are also crashing and causing errors
    RCSBuildAidToolbar v0.7.6.40440 - just the first one....
    Principia is throwing errors as well..
    I'm going to stop there.
    Yeah you know what. I'd recommend starting with a clean Install and update all your mods for KSP 1.1.3.
     
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