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NEW CnCnet 5.0 update ERROR- can't open

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Immediately upon installing the new 5.0 version (23mb) at the prompt, it will no longer open CnCnet for me. .....now I can't play anymore.
Restarted computer, twice. Nothing. Double-checked compatibility settings and Administrator privileges. Nothing.
Here is the attached ERROR message= it appears within 3 seconds of opening the icon and there is NO way around it. ...whats going on?


 

yrerror.jpg

 

and here is the CrashLOG
 

ClientCrashLog_26_8_2019_6_55.txt

 

It would appear to relate to this piece of info within the report=

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AssetLoader.LoadTextureInternal: loading texture checkBoxClear.png failed!

 

Edited by RAINMAKER_
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Hi - to get playing right away try running

Resources\clientxna.exe

There will be an update shortly (5.1) that should detect your situation and show a dialogue like this

1.png

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Both the above methods suggested have not solved this   :(

And even after visiting the exact link in the illustration from the proposed image shown above, and installing DirectX or whatever was on it, the same "KABOOOM" message is displayed. I'm getting RA2 withdrawal already...   I can't think of what else do to as I'm not a techie

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4 minutes ago, RAINMAKER_ said:

Both the above methods suggested have not solved this   :(

And even after visiting the exact link in the illustration from the proposed image shown above, and installing DirectX or whatever was on it, the same "KABOOOM" message is displayed. I'm getting RA2 withdrawal already...   I can't think of what else do to as I'm not a techie

Did you launch the clientxna.exe application after you installed xna?

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