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Corrupt File Encountered In Save Game File @ Offset 0 Version history and archived downloads page for ImgBurn. DVD burning software that supports many image file formats and dual layer burning. Subject: Corrupt field encountered in save game file (@ offset 0). Author: No name, [ Next Thread Previous Thread Next Message Previous Message ]. Date Posted: 17:07:02 11/01/03 Sat. I try to open my char (with no items) in Jamella adn it just says Corrupt field encountered in save game file (@ offset 0 )thanks.
Let me help you in resolving the issue. I suggest you to check if the same issue occurs when logged into Safe Mode.
You can refer to the following steps to log in this mode: Safe Mode starts Windows with a limited set of files and drivers. Startup programs don't run in safe mode, and only the basic drivers needed to start Windows are installed. If the issue does not persist in safe mode, then perform a clean boot to from safe mode to check if any third party application is causing the issue, as clean boot helps in eliminating software conflicts.
How to troubleshoot problem by performing clean boot in Windows: Note: Once you are done with the troubleshooting, perform the steps in “How to reset the computer to start as usual after troubleshooting with clean boot “to reset computer as usual. If there are any bad sectors on the hard disk then Windows cannot read those files. So in order to find if there are any bad sectors on the hard disk, I suggest you to run Check Disk and check if it helps. Use check disk command for any errors on hard disk Warning: Microsoft does not recommend interrupting the CHKDSK process.
Microsoft does not guarantee the integrity of the disk if the CHKDSK program is interrupted. For safety you can back up your data before using the check disk command. Use the check disk commands as follows: a. Press Windows Key + X, then choose Command prompt (Admin) from the context menu.
In search window type 'cmd' and ENTER. Right click and select 'Run as administrator'. Type at the command prompt CHKDSK /P and press ENTER to scan the disk. Then type CHKDSK C: /F /R and press ENTER to repair corrupt sectors, if there are any. NOTE: The root drive has to be C: and the command may schedule a task at the system startup, if it does, then press Y to schedule a task and restart the computer to perform chkdsk. Once chkdsk completes, boot to the desktop and then check. Important: While performing chkdsk on the hard drive if any bad sectors are found on the hard drive when chkdsk tries to repair that sector if any data available on that might be lost.