Installer stuck in infinite loop

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  • #46881

    SanityAsylum
    Participant

    Well I fired off Arkenforge today after some time away and since you guys are so awesome and always hard at work on this thing, there was an update (or several.) The problem I am having is it appears to be stuck in an infinite loop where it keeps cycling through the same messages for what is being updated/installed over and over. Both the green and blue bars on the updater were full from the start (if that matters) and it has been going for 40 minutes now.

    Ideas?

  • #46898

    James Smith
    Moderator

    If it goes more than 10 minutes, try restarting the Launcher. It is usually done in that amount of time.

    James Smith
    Community Ambassador

  • #46912

    SanityAsylum
    Participant

    Issue resolved, I went into the options and clicked repair. It took an hour but crisis averted.

  • #50972

    evildmguy
    Participant

    I’m stuck in an infinite loop on the installer. Fresh install. It updated itself to v3.? Not sure. Now it constantly says there is an update. If I don’t do it, nothing appears when I run Arkenforge.

    Help

  • #50976

    James Smith
    Moderator

    First, go to your Launcher install folder and look for the LauncherPatcher Folder. Open it, and if the LauncherPatcher.exe is present, run it directly. If it is not present, delete the folder and then run the Launcher again. Hopefully that helps, if not, let us know!

    James Smith
    Community Ambassador

  • #52522

    evildmguy
    Participant

    Sadly, that did not work. I ran it as admin from that folder and it’s in a loop again.

    Thanks!

  • #54208

    evildmguy
    Participant

    Any more options to try?

    Thanks!

  • #57480

    evildmguy
    Participant

    Okay, I finally had time to sit down and look at this.

    What I had to do was reinstall. BUT. I also had to say no if it said download new installer and instead go into options and pick repair. That seemed to get me going.

    Hope this helps.

    Thanks!

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