Rajada - 02/25/2018 - 00:52

In Vista I had to do it all the time. In 7 not as much, but it can still sometimes wack out the ini save location.

Alyx - 02/25/2018 - 00:50

Never had a problem where I had to do that but that might do the trick.

Alyx - 02/25/2018 - 00:49

Oh yeah there's that method too.

Rajada - 02/25/2018 - 00:47

That sometimes is the issue with locked files and folders

Rajada - 02/25/2018 - 00:47

http://www.nerfarena.net/index.php/help/9-nerf-arena-blast-tech-support/39-my-progress-isn-t-saved-when-i-quit-and-re-launch-the-game

Alyx - 02/25/2018 - 00:44

Yeah that's exactly why I was saying it. Lol that's when computers were simpler. (but less secure)

NerfPlayeR135 - 02/25/2018 - 00:33

Old applications created during the Windows 95/98 era, when there was no distinction between admins and normal users, often require admin permission today to run.

Alyx - 02/24/2018 - 23:57

I had to do this on my Windows 10 PC when I tried to run Deus Ex and this did the trick.

Alyx - 02/24/2018 - 23:55

Sorry if this is completely wrong Rajada, but try opening Properties where you installed it and uncheck read only and run the desktop shortcut as admin.

Rajada - 02/24/2018 - 20:45

It sounds like you just need to re-install the beta somewhere else on your computer. It clearly isn't letting you install it where you have it now.

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If you recently used the CP 3.5 or the ini patcher 3.5, there was a small typo that is causing the multiplayer master server fix to not work correctly. My recommended fix is to open your Nerf/System directory, delete your Nerf.ini, run the game once, then close the game and run this new version of the CP Ini Patcher found here.

The Community Pack 3.5 has also been updated to address this issue, though you will still need to delete your ini file and run the game if you used a previous version of the CP 3.5 or ini Patcher 3.5. New installs need not worry about this issue at all.