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Mission Editor Cannot See My Mission File


TheConqueror

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Sorry I can not reproduce this issue.

 

Can you take a screen shot in game of your file path and attach your dcs log

 

thank you

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I was working on large mission for our dedicated server. But After Update[2.5.6] mission editor cannot see my mission file.:(

I checked it , it's still there at Saved Games > DCS.Openbeta > Missions file path.

 

is will be fix with hotfix? huh.gif

 

I also had that problem. But after I sorted them by date in the box where you select the mission, I suddently did find them again. I dont know why, but worth a try?

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Just checked mine it seems ok

 

can you attach the mission or send it to me and I will check it.


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Can we set like this in select the mission window ?

 

Yes, click on the column heading: "date modified"

 

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You attached a file filled with zeroes

 

Ok I added my mission here.

So your filesystem is corrupted. Maybe a faulty SSD. Sorry. Not the unicode filename the problem.

EDIT: There is an advantage of using hexadecimal views.


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Yes I would agree, tried to open the mix with my archive tool and it would not.

 

so mission is corrupted.

 

Hope you had a backup

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Yes I would agree, tried to open the mix with my archive tool and it would not.

 

so mission is corrupted.

 

Hope you had a backup

 

Both mission files are corrupt... :doh:

 

EDIT: I have an another issue about DLL file. It's name is normaliz.dll. I was try to play another game and its working with Easy Anti-Cheat. When i try to start game Easy Anti-Cheat failed with "0xc000007b" error code and when i click "ok" this time "Untrusted system file normaliz.dll" and game cannot open. So, I check website but sfc /scannow not good working for me in here or windows safe mode.

 

Maybe problem is this.?


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Possibly some users have experienced issue with antivirus and dcs 2.5.6

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