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I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

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i gotta go buy the new program

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tekken i donated for  xpacker 2017 

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I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

All of them so I can get the BK2 files.

I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

All of them so I can get the BK2 files.

None of them open and I've tried all the opening options available.

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I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

All of them so I can get the BK2 files.

I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

All of them so I can get the BK2 files.

None of them open and I've tried all the opening options available.

What system are you using? on PS3 they work fine, just open the 2k17 pac in xpacker and extract, then rename the file you extracted to .bik

If it is for 360 you may need to decrypt the pac file before you open it in expacker.

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Can confirm they extract fine from 360. Have opened most transition videos and a lot of locators too :) 

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I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

All of them so I can get the BK2 files.

I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

All of them so I can get the BK2 files.

None of them open and I've tried all the opening options available.

What system are you using? on PS3 they work fine, just open the 2k17 pac in xpacker and extract, then rename the file you extracted to .bik

If it is for 360 you may need to decrypt the pac file before you open it in expacker.

The version of the files I had may have been corrupted or something then, IDK.

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ive also tried opening the minintron and wall trons  not working on 360 Update nevermind the file names are different this year hmmmm 2k

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I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

All of them so I can get the BK2 files.

I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

All of them so I can get the BK2 files.

None of them open and I've tried all the opening options available.

What system are you using? on PS3 they work fine, just open the 2k17 pac in xpacker and extract, then rename the file you extracted to .bik

If it is for 360 you may need to decrypt the pac file before you open it in expacker.

The version of the files I had may have been corrupted or something then, IDK.

Tried a different version and I still can't open any of them, I'm using PS3 files BTW.

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can someone help me ive tried to edit a color.dds save it as compress and inject and i get the fatal crash error ? update nevermind i fixed it

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I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

All of them so I can get the BK2 files.

I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

All of them so I can get the BK2 files.

None of them open and I've tried all the opening options available.

What system are you using? on PS3 they work fine, just open the 2k17 pac in xpacker and extract, then rename the file you extracted to .bik

If it is for 360 you may need to decrypt the pac file before you open it in expacker.

The version of the files I had may have been corrupted or something then, IDK.

Tried a different version and I still can't open any of them, I'm using PS3 files BTW.

Post the file you are trying to open.

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I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

All of them so I can get the BK2 files.

I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

All of them so I can get the BK2 files.

None of them open and I've tried all the opening options available.

What system are you using? on PS3 they work fine, just open the 2k17 pac in xpacker and extract, then rename the file you extracted to .bik

If it is for 360 you may need to decrypt the pac file before you open it in expacker.

The version of the files I had may have been corrupted or something then, IDK.

Tried a different version and I still can't open any of them, I'm using PS3 files BTW.

Post the file you are trying to open.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1MY2rOMgksVd2pTRF9CU2F4NWs/view?usp=sharing

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I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

All of them so I can get the BK2 files.

I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

All of them so I can get the BK2 files.

None of them open and I've tried all the opening options available.

Which system are using? from the looks of it the file is compressed?

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I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

All of them so I can get the BK2 files.

I can open some from the mov pac folder, which one are you trying to open.

All of them so I can get the BK2 files.

None of them open and I've tried all the opening options available.

Which system are using? from the looks of it the file is compressed?

PS3.

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That cannot be a PS3 file since they are not compressed. Which pac file are you getting it from?

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That cannot be a PS3 file since they are not compressed. Which pac file are you getting it from?

I assure you it's a PS3 file and it's from the locator folder.

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I will have a look tonight , I am pretty sure I have already extracted the Locater files.

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Found a version of the files that open and can be converted issue resolved.

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Thought as much, corrupt files.

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@tekken57 Seeing as the old threads for older versions are closed, is it ok to still ask about them here? If not, sorry if this is the wrong place.

I'm still using an older version of X-Rey, and it's always been fine, but started getting this error after a Windows update. http://imgur.com/a/uDVkV

I have SlimDX installed. Any idea how to fix? And if I update to this version of X-Rey will I have the same problem?

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Can you post the full error please by clicking on the details button.

 

Ensure that you have both .net framwork 2 and .net framework 4.5 installed on your pc. Also ensure that you haven't deleted the config file from the X-Rey folder.

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Here's the full error text; https://justpaste.it/10wjp

.net Framework 2 is already installed on Windows 8, and i've got .net Framework 4.5.2 installed too. Config file is definitely still there too.

Thanks for looking in to this.

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PROBLEM SOLVED

 

got this error message when i try to click on the import Button in X Rey...

 

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Can you inject caws with this my save got corrupted and i have a lot of caws i really don't feel like making over again?

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