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Author:  machf [ Tue Aug 01, 2006 4:33 pm ]
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Oh, something I've been forgetting to mention: it may be a good idea to overwrite the files on the TresCD\data folder with the ones from the Trespasser\Patch folder. Otherwise, unless TresEd is really smart, you would be opening the old versions of the levels every time...

Checking the ATX Readme, apparently there may be other problems too if you have mismatched files...

Author:  TrikeUatra [ Wed Aug 02, 2006 8:40 am ]
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I just did both of those things... but I'm getting the 'Trespasser requires 100MB of space to run' thing. This game is driving me into the ground :lol: I'll see if it works later, when I'm not running so many programs :P

Author:  Nem [ Wed Aug 02, 2006 12:54 pm ]
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TrikeUatra wrote:
I just did both of those things... but I'm getting the 'Trespasser requires 100MB of space to run' thing. This game is driving me into the ground :lol: I'll see if it works later, when I'm not running so many programs :P


Unninstal a program or a game you don't use, then try to play the game again.

Author:  machf [ Wed Aug 02, 2006 2:29 pm ]
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Yeah, Trespasser DOES require 100MB free in the drive where it is installed in order to decompress/copy the .swp files for the levels. Try to see if there are currently any .swp files in the "Trespasser\" folder and delete them, then try again.

Unless what you mean is that you actually have lots more of free space than 100MB and for some reason it doesn't look like it to Trespasser... that's not something I've seen happen, so I can't help you with that.

Author:  TrikeUatra [ Wed Aug 02, 2006 6:29 pm ]
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machf wrote:
Unless what you mean is that you actually have lots more of free space than 100MB and for some reason it doesn't look like it to Trespasser...


That's exactly what I'm saying :P

Author:  Nem [ Wed Aug 02, 2006 7:02 pm ]
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Just do what I said, and it will fix your problem.

I sometimes get that too, even though I usually
have around 30gbs of free space.

Author:  machf [ Wed Aug 02, 2006 7:44 pm ]
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I guess it's some weird Windows XP quirk, then...
Do you have to uninstall something (anything), or is it the same if you only delete some file(s)?
Does it work if you install something new and uninstall it immediately thereafter?

Author:  Nem [ Wed Aug 02, 2006 8:30 pm ]
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Hmm... Really haven't tried anything besides fully
unninstalling a game or a program.

Next time i have the problem i'll try deleting some
files or even installing and unninstalling something,
as you said...

Author:  TrikeUatra [ Wed Dec 27, 2006 4:38 pm ]
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Sorry to bring back this thread, but it seems to be the right place to put this...

I have a new laptop computer, and I want to install Trespasser onto it, to see how it works out. I'm not bothered about editing levels etc. on my laptop - just playing it.
So... My question is, what would you guys recommend - small or large patch? Is there really any difference in terms of gameplay/performance etc. between the two patches once you have ATX?

Author:  RexHunter99 [ Sat Dec 30, 2006 3:35 am ]
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I would say other than the level updates there is no difference between the two! I don't even bother extracting the patchs anymore as they don't really fix any bugs.

Author:  Mickey [ Sat Dec 30, 2006 5:23 am ]
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RexHunter99 wrote:
I would say other than the level updates there is no difference between the two! I don't even bother extracting the patchs anymore as they don't really fix any bugs.

They don't fixe any bugs??
Of course they do, or it wouldn't be a patch there not major bug fixes but it fixes some objects placements and some minor corrections.

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