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WoW.exe no error crash on main account

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burningforce

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Post Mon Aug 06, 2018 4:10 pm

WoW.exe no error crash on main account

Hello
I am trying to dual-box WoW but am running into a problem with launching the game.

I have two profiles -
World of Warcraft (used as main account)
World of Warcraft 2 (secondary account)

This is to keep addons seperate from each other.
Problem is I can launch "World of warcraft 2" profile from innerspace and it lauches correctly, but when trying to lauch the profile "World of warcraft" I get an errorless crash.

Things I have tried -
-running innerspace as admin, same with isboxer
-updating to beta innerspace
-restarting computer
-uninstalling and reinstalling innerspace and making new profiles

I do see there is .dmp files for wow in my appdata folder , not sure what to use to view them

here is my isboxer diagnostics

https://pastebin.com/f0XpU9av
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Post Mon Aug 06, 2018 4:46 pm

Re: WoW.exe no error crash on main account

Remove the compatibility flag from Inner Space (instructions).

Application Compatibility flags under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags\Layers:
0 C:\Users\Gordon-PC\Downloads\Lavish.InnerSpace.exe: $ Win8RTM
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burningforce

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Post Mon Aug 06, 2018 5:43 pm

Re: WoW.exe no error crash on main account

That worked! Even though I never set that compatibility flag. Also why would the downloader cause an issue? Just so I know for future programs and what not.

Thanks mirai
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Post Mon Aug 06, 2018 8:29 pm

Re: WoW.exe no error crash on main account

burningforce wrote:That worked! Even though I never set that compatibility flag. Also why would the downloader cause an issue? Just so I know for future programs and what not.

Thanks mirai

I'm glad my suggestion worked, but I didn't realize that it was not the actual executable (I was getting ready to make dinner while checking the forum). Sometimes, Windows will automatically set compatibility flags based on the way a program is crashing or failing to work, but other than that, I don't know.

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