Burdoc101 wrote:Upon re-reading your message a bit more carefully, I understand to change any folder names (leading to VOG) to have no spaces.
I changed the files to have no spaces, but I am still receiving the same error.
A bit more detail from the command prompt, it is going to the wrong area of my computer where my file is located.
"C:\Windows\system32>start /affinity 1 eqgame patchme"
My PC -> OS (C:) -> Emulators -> EverquestEmu -> RoF2 - > eqgame.exe
Or should the above be able to locate it just fine?
(Not super savvy with computer tech)
Here's what I use,
EQ is in C:\Everquest
the .bat file is also in C:\Everquest
the .bat file contains this line:
(No directory path is needed since they're in the same folder)
Then I create a shortcut to the .bat file on my desktop that I use to launch it.
is supposed to tell eqgame to only use processor 1. I use different .bat files to start each instance of eqgame on a separate processor. However, it doesn't seem to always work on my Win10 machine, but I'm pretty sure it did on Win7 /shrug. Just to be safe, I go into the task manager and set the affinity of each process manually.
The reason is that EQ was never really made for multi-core machines, and it doesn't really play nice with them. You might be able to get away not worrying about affinity at all, but I find that I get frequent crashes if I don't do this.