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Anluhen 5 fév 2013 à 5h05
UnSetup.exe crash then UDK.exe crash
Have anyone a solution for Nvidia drivers(I have GTX 560)? PhysX it was reinstaled, .NetFramework is in reinstalation process, all drivers are ok. Crash logs below.

Seems that without .NetFramework the UnSetup.exe does not crash de the UDK.exe still crash.



Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: UDK.exe
Application Version: 1.0.7977.0
Application Timestamp: 4d6c3d3a
Fault Module Name: KERNELBASE.dll
Fault Module Version: 6.1.7601.18015
Fault Module Timestamp: 50b83c8a
Exception Code: c06d007e
Exception Offset: 0000c41f
OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1046
Additional Information 1: e459
Additional Information 2: e459a146e2ec69bdb62bfd129acfefe7
Additional Information 3: efd0
Additional Information 4: efd04f142274ca3d4ab200cb4595ae82
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^1[O^7eF^1A]^2Psycho^0Fish 19 mar 2013 à 15h14 
Which antivirus/defense/firewall do you use?
I have Comodo and i have to put "udk.exe" on my "safe-files"-list ;)
cyanic 19 mar 2013 à 15h58 
It's some EULA crap Epic Games put in to make things inconvenient. Instead of requiring agreement at install time, it insists on doing it at first run, and does so by some arcane methods. Anyway, what you want to do is open up Binaries\InstallInfo.xml, look at the GUID, and open up the Registry Editor. Create a new key under HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\UDK-[your GUID here]. Then fill the values in as shown in the attached screenshot. Specifically note the EULAAccepted entry. The lack of it is what's causing the game to crash (which is a bad design in itself). After that's done, try to launch the game again.

http://i.imgur.com/6LUlI5A.png
Occam 12 juil 2013 à 11h17 
Thank you GMMan. After few hours of looking for solution finnaly can I start playing. ;D
gia 18 fév à 18h05 
I had this problem, but I didn't have the GUID value on my registry.

Open the antichamber folder and find UnSetup.exe
Open a terminal (cmd / command) and execute it with /EULA -> UnSetup.exe /EULA
Accept the EULA, it shouldnt crash this time.
Now Antichamber works and the registry has the data it needs.

Also found out the GUID is inside InstallInfo.xml in that same folder: <InstallGuidString>
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