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Crash Logger after 'Initializing VFS'


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1. The newest update has caused much heartache, you may want to install a previous version. 2. When you do the clear cache which is the standard fix for vfs issues, the app data folder is usually hidden, you would have to enable view hidden folders in your computer.

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Hey buddy I am experiencing the *exact* same thing. Word to word same. Even I got fed up and tried doing a number of things to fix it, but nothing has worked. I even tried opening with the 1.23 version, but no luck. I lost count of the number of times i tried unisntalling and reisntallin, clearing the cache etc etc

 

Finally I uninstalled the whole secondlife package from my system for good, including the files from the appdata, deleted it all, went to my old secondlife setup of viewer 2.7.2 and now it is running like new!

 

I also disabled the automatic update option from the preferences menu. Incidentally, I started having this problem with version 2.8 onwards and especially the last version which is 2.8.0.236429

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Hello!  This problem has nothing to do with Second Life.  It has everything to do with your graphics driver.  You should follow  SL protocol and delete two folders before doing the following.  Using Windows Explorer, move to your user name, AppData, Local and delete the Second Life folder.  Then move to AppData, Roaming, and delete the Second Life folder.  (This will erase all your logs.  If you wish to save them, you can just rename the Local Second Life folder and move them back later when all is working to the newly created AppData, Local, Second Life folder.)  Reboot and try SL Viewer.

If that doesn't work, then this will.  By way of explanation, something has corrupted your graphics driver.  Solution:  The easiest for Windows is to go to your Control Panel, System, Device Manager, and then find your Display Adapters.  Note down the name of your adapter.  Click update.  Try SL again.  If not, then go to your Control Panel, System, Device Manager, and then find your Display Adapter again, and uninstall it (don't worry).  Then reboot the computer.  It will reinstall it automatically upon your re-boot.  If that doesn't work, then you will need to go to your display adapter manufactor's webpage and download the most current driver.  When that is installed, it will work :)

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