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Access violation at address 004069C6 read of address 00000000.

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I'm experiencing an error in my C&C RAED. Before I was able to remove errors like this but now I can't. I already deleted some unused scenarios yet this thing still shows up.  :ranting:

 

EDIT: I'll show you a picture

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It might help to tell what exactly you are doing at the moment this crash happens.

 

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The crash happens in a function which is part of an ini_ReadString routine which seems to only be used in the Get_Map_List function. It's used to read the name, height, width and theater of all maps.

 

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this happens cause of some bad map names, that's why i got RAED in a empty folder without maps

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Doesn't matter. If it's caused by oddly-named maps, the sane thing to do is simply to keep RAEd in a separate folder anyway.

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Is it an RAED Lite or RAED Full your using Funky? Cuz mine is Full.

 

i use redalert1.com version, you need to copy redalert.mix main.mix and raed.exe to a new folder (its only 30mb)

 

 

Doesn't matter. If it's caused by oddly-named maps, the sane thing to do is simply to keep RAEd in a separate folder anyway.

 

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i use redalert1.com version, you need to copy redalert.mix main.mix and raed.exe to a new folder (its only 30mb)

That's about the same as the raed 'full' I made, yeah. The lite version is only about 8 mb though :P

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LOL It's not. It's just 26 MB :P anyway I already solved and found the cause of the problem, there's a "C&C 95" scenario that was added to my Red Alert folder that's what causing the error. So in the end I decided to remove it and put it to recycle bin

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