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There are some reports that Kerio Personal Firewall will prevent starting TTDPatch sucessfull. Check the Settings of it.
Aswell a Virus Scanner scanning in background can prevent successfull running of TTDPatch.
So if you have start problems and directly crashes there can be certain reasons:
a new grf file makes problems (that can mean the GRF or TTDPatch has a bug)
a background virus scanner
After temporary disableing newgrfs doesn't solve the problem try to check your firewall software and virus scanner.
If you found a problem with a Virus Scanner or Firewall please post here the exact name + version of it and a how you can overcome it if you found a way...
If you don't want this feature of KPF you can also turn this off. I will look at home what it is exactly called.
<@[R-Dk]FoRbiDDeN> "HELP, this litte arrow thing keeps following my mouse, and I can't make it go away."
Oskar, correction: This problem can appear in almost all versions of Windows. I'm doubtful it could be produced on Win 1.0 or Win 3.x, but I know I could duplicate it in Win98, and my machine (where I DID duplicate it) is still running XPSP1.
And I'll post this from SHADOW:
KPF also checks for changes to the executable; there's a permit/ask/deny setting for this too. This also needs to be set to ask or permit, for both TTDPatch[w].exe and TTDLOAD[W].OVL.SHADOW-XIII wrote:Kerio Personal Firewall has the ability to:
- ask user if he allows program to start (a popup with orange bar will appear)
- ask user if he allows program to run other program (a popup with brown bar will appear)
KPF ask every time the programs starts/runs_other, however there is a tick to mark it to remember the action the user selected ( Allowed / Denied ) in that case a user have to enter settings [double-click on the KPF tray icon--DaleStan], go to System tab and find proper program and change the setting (either to 'allow' or 'ask')
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