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CANNOT LOAD ASSET BUNDLE DEFINITION

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PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!

i reinstalled my game for a fresh start after my loading screen stopped at "loading asset bundle definitions" its still there after the reboot, i have no idea how to fix it!!! please help, i cant do anything. im on steam and PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i did have mods but i deleted them all.

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37 minutes ago, Vanamonde said:

Even if removed, mods might still be part of the issue. Please list the ones you had, as well as the other information needed for a proper diagnosis

I reinstalled the whole game i deleted everything i had before save and mods alike, i don't remember the mods i had, i had a lot of them. wait their is one, texture replacement thing i tried to delete it; it said the file couldn't be found.

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On 5/28/2016 at 2:09 PM, thereverseflash said:

PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!

i reinstalled my game for a fresh start after my loading screen stopped at "loading asset bundle definitions" its still there after the reboot, i have no idea how to fix it!!! please help, i cant do anything. im on steam and PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i did have mods but i deleted them all.

I had the same problem when I just reinstalled KSP earlier, both modded and clean un-modded, no matter how many times I tried or how long I left it, the game would not load beyond "Loading Asset Bundle Definitions" and did not generate any crash logs.  I fixed the problem for myself by right clicking on the KSP.exe, then clicking on Compatibility and enabling "Run this program as an administrator".

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We're really going to need the log files and other stuff Vanamonde's linked to, in order to attempt a diagnosis.

What I would suggest though, is that if your problem is resolved by running KSP in admin mode, then something else is very amiss. Either something's misconfigured, or the PC has been locked down somehow. KSP should not require admin mode to operate.

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When not running in admin mode, no logs are generated at all, nothing changes in the KSP folder at all.  When in admin mode however, KSP loads and runs perfectly fine and output_log.txt is generated (no crash logs anywhere)... I think it's more likely Windows 10's fault than anything. I originally installed the game under windows 7 but upgraded to Windows 10 64-bit, game continued to work fine and now tried to do a clean install (same folder/structure) to upgrade to 1.1.2 and the problem started.  Apparently the Program Files folder is system protected (news to me), I can't even unzip directly into it or any of the sub-folders under windows 10 :(

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I'm actually having a similar problem. Included are both a screenshot of my GameData folder and my error and output_log files.

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Crash Report logs

I would really like some help figuring this out, because I basically just let my computer sit at the "Loading Asset Bundle Definitions" screen until it wound up using enough memory to crash on its own. Also, I am running it from an external hard drive to save space on my computer hard drive and to avoid any problems by trying to run it from Program Files.

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