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  1. Anyone else having .net errors when attempting to launch Bigbox or LaunchBox? I get the .net error in the event viewer, followed by the application error. It worked yesterday, and last updates were installed on 11/12. Event Viewer logs have been attached. Launchbox version was 11.7. I did opt to install 11.8 at a later date. It is portable running off an external HD. No issues prior to today. My .net build is currently listed as 528372, which is 4.8 (source: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/framework/migration-guide/how-to-determine-which-versions-are-installed#detect-net-framework-45-and-later-versions) Tried the following so far: Restarting Disabling .net in Windows Features. Followed by restart, checking for updates, reenabling .net, and another restart. Can't find too much documentation on reinstalling .net, and I don't want to try to reinstall Launchbox at this point. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance Edit: new troubleshooting step I did download updated LB files from the site and extracted them to a temp location on the c: drive. LB does launch successfully. Also was able to successfully apply my license. I overwrote the .exe, and .dat files on the external drive (did not copy the folders), but unable to run directly from the external, as I am greeted with the same .net errors. Instead I created a new subfolder on the external drive, and am now able to successfully launch LB / BB from the ext. drive. I restored from a previous backup in the older folder, and copied my Emulator / rom folder into the new, working folder. And everything is back in working order. Not sure what happened. But now I am moving over things like images, and the like to the new folder structure. Not sure what went wrong with the original folder structure, but will continue to move files from the old directory to the new one. I'll update my progress, as I complete. Maybe a corrupt file? Not sure, but at least I'm somewhat up... limping, but not down. Last edit. Ok. Well. I guess redownloading resolved it. Again, just redownloaded, restored from a previous backup, and moved folders (images, themes, emulators, roms, etc) from the old location to the new one, and everything is back up and running. Not sure what happened. Game on! launchBoxErrors.evtx
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  3. So after some digging, it seems there were a few registry keys that referenced the old drive mapping. Initially I was going to go through the registry to update the drive letter from D to G (powershell FTW), but then it was faster to just remap the drive to mirror the registry. Work smarter,not harder. After remapping the drives, all games launch successfully. Thanks.
  4. Evening community Was hoping someone could assist... So, my Steam library was previously working successfully. I moved my Steam library to a different drive using the following instructions https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=7418-YUBN-8129&l=english Games have been moved successfully, and cache verified. I am able to run the games directly from the Steam client. However, attempting to run from Launchbox presents the attached error. I tried to delete the games from LaunchBox and reimport, but running into the same issue. The Application Path in the Launch section of the properties show as steam://rungameid/307690 I take it this command is still referencing the previous location. I don't know how to update it to reference the new location without uninstalling / reinstalling Steam to the new drive, then re-import the library into LB. Because I didn't do a full uninstall of Steam and moved the drive location, I know the registry keys may still reference the old location. Maybe something there? Not sure, was hoping for a second set of eyes. Any logs I can upload? Thanks in advance.
  5. Any update from community? Still experiencing this in 9.0. Thoughts? Thanks all.
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