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Accidently Wore Entire Inventory. Help!


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I accidently wore my entire inventory.  I tried to detach it all and it froze up and booted me from SL.  I tried to log back in and now I keep freezing at the Loading World screen.  I have done clean installs and that does not help.  I can not do a character test because now I can not log in at all.  I have gone to live help and they are worthless, so they have submitted a support ticket.  Anyone have any suggestions?

 

Thank you Ariel for your suggestion and it would be lovely to be able to do that but I can NOT get into Second Life as I have previously stated.  I freeze up at "Loading Screen" and I have attempted to log in and get past this over 50 times now.

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It'll do that. If you manage to log back in, try this.

When you try to detach everything all at once, the system overloads and you crash. Instead, you have to do it in small batches, ten or so at a time. I do mine by subfolder, when this happens to me.

Try logging in to another region, like Smith or Pooley or, as suggested in the link above, Hippo Hollow.

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Have you tried other regions? It's odd that you can't log-in at all. Unfortunately, once it passes a certain point, the ball is in LL's court, so if you've tried another region, cleared cache as you said you tried, etc., and you still can't get in, you'll have to wait for a response to your ticket.

ETA: For future reference, I would never recommend clearing cache as the first step to resolving this sort of problem. Clearing cache is for when things aren't loading properly, you're wearing things you didn't tell the viewer to put on you, etc. When you accidentally wear your entire inventory, you've given the system a lot to process. Making it reload your entire inventory after a cache clear just adds more work to an already overtaxed system. (I realize this doesn't help you now, but it may help someone else in the future, so I'm putting it out there.)

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