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Grf encryption -file not found

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i got this error after i patch my client . i try to delete all patch that i put and use my back up client files but still i got the same error anyone know how to solve this?

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its easy if didnt already open my server , but it  already have  gepard on it and been download by my players . i dunno why it affecting that much after the patch. even i use my back up that didnt get the patch.

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It isn't related to Gepard Shield. Error means that you changed EXE file name after preparing GRF Editor's "cps.dll" for decryption of resources.

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23 minutes ago, Functor said:

It isn't related to Gepard Shield. Error means that you changed EXE file name after preparing GRF Editor's "cps.dll" for decryption of resources.

sry sir but i dont remember anything i changed exe file "cps.dll"/ what i do is only put filed in my grf using grf editor then save  then make a patch using thor patcher . i run my launcher if the patch is working after its done i run it and got the error.

 

what should i do to fix this sir?

 

 

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you probably changed a new client or renamed it.

just use the GRF Editor to generate a new cps.dll using the new client you made.

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3 hours ago, Emistry said:

you probably changed a new client or renamed it.

just use the GRF Editor to generate a new cps.dll using the new client you made.

thanks functor and emistry , i guess i didnt notice that i change some file ,  i`ll guess i wont use grf encryption again .

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