Posted: Fri Dec 03, 2010 6:47 pm Post subject: Using BGEdit with a new PC
I could really use some help here. I am trying to use BGEdit to modify the composition of battle groups in CC5, but cannot get it to function on my new machine running Vista. I had no problems on my previous PC running XP.
I now have an ASUS CG5290, operating Windows VISTA Home Premium with a 64-bit operating system.
I’ve think – stress on the think – that I’ve downloaded the correct versions of Java Virtual Machine and Microsoft .NET Framework Redistributable, but I am not sure. None of the links in the “Read Me” that downloaded with BGEdit worked anymore, and I had to hunt around for what I think are the correct versions of these for a 64-bit OS.
When I open up BGEdit and attempt to open a Force Pools .adb file, I get a “failed to open files” error message.
At any rate, I hope you all can help. I really like using BGEdit and can’t thank you enough for the mods and other additions you have created that have really enriched the CC experience.
Posted: Fri Dec 03, 2010 7:01 pm Post subject: Re: Using BGEdit with a new PC
My first suggestion would be to download both versions of java virtual machine here at CCS if you havn't already. I remember when I got XP I thought I had d/l'ed the correct version only to find out I was wrong.
Also with any older program and new OS these days...think compatability mode.
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