#124 Settings change will delete boot file

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opened 3 months ago by StephenFF11 · 2 comments

I was playing around with some settings to see if I could change them and get more threads and vsync to work so i clicked the checkmark, changed them to 5 and 2. Launched the game and it didn't launch so i changed them back to 1 and 1. Saved. And tried to launch the game again. I got an error 2 saying the boot file wasn't there. I opened Windows Explorer and sure enough, the boot file was magically deleted by Ashita when the game didn't load. Ashita will also lockdown the folder so you can't paste the bootloader file in there. You have to reboot to get permission to paste the file in there. Trying to paste with admin privledges won't work...it pops up and you can click "try again" but it just keeps popping up. Ashita shouldn't be deleting the bootloader file and also shouldn't be locking down that folder.

I was playing around with some settings to see if I could change them and get more threads and vsync to work so i clicked the checkmark, changed them to 5 and 2. Launched the game and it didn't launch so i changed them back to 1 and 1. Saved. And tried to launch the game again. I got an error 2 saying the boot file wasn't there. I opened Windows Explorer and sure enough, the boot file was magically deleted by Ashita when the game didn't load. Ashita will also lockdown the folder so you can't paste the bootloader file in there. You have to reboot to get permission to paste the file in there. Trying to paste with admin privledges won't work...it pops up and you can click "try again" but it just keeps popping up. Ashita shouldn't be deleting the bootloader file and also shouldn't be locking down that folder.
atom0s commented 3 months ago
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Sounds like you have Ashita placed in a location it shouldn't be such as in a folder under 'C:\Program Files (x86)' or similar. This is not Ashita's doing but your operating system and UAC settings preventing it from operating properly.

You should move Ashita to a better location. We recommend:
C:\Ashita\

Sounds like you have Ashita placed in a location it shouldn't be such as in a folder under 'C:\Program Files (x86)\' or similar. This is not Ashita's doing but your operating system and UAC settings preventing it from operating properly. You should move Ashita to a better location. We recommend: C:\Ashita\
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atom0s commented 2 months ago
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