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Invalid unity web files (decompression failure)

Discussion in 'Editor & General Support' started by PlayerEmers, Jun 1, 2011.

  1. PlayerEmers

    PlayerEmers

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    I got this error when i try to play Dead Frontier

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    how i solve this?
     
  2. PlayerEmers

    PlayerEmers

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  3. PlayerEmers

    PlayerEmers

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    i cleaned my firefox cache, cleaned my notebook and netbook and nothing

    help
     
  4. CreativeChris

    CreativeChris

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    Hello,

    It's possible the game file has got corrupted, this can happen sometimes for many different reasons.

    I suggest trying the following:

    1. Un-install Unity WebPlayer from control panel -> Uninstall a program
    2. For Windows 7 delete the game data files from this location on disk: C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\LocalLow\Unity\WebPlayer\Cache
    3. You should see a folder named Dead Frontier or something similar related to the game title - delete the folder
    4. Clear FF browser cache again
    5. Restart your machine
    6. Launch FF and head to http://unity3d.com/webplayer
    7. Download and install our latest WebPlayer
    8. Restart browser and head to Dead Frontier

    Hopefully that should do the trick.

    Thanks :)
     
  5. JoyfulPoppySeed

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    I've had the same problem and tried everything. Nothing has helped so far :(
     
  6. rah

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    I'm also having this problem. The file I uploaded runs fine if I open it in my browser locally, but if I try to put it up on the internet, it gets this error message.
     
  7. flame5000

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    Im getting this same problem, anybody found an answer yet? it runs fine locally for me
     
  8. Salman9000

    Salman9000

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    Same here please help :sad:
     
  9. Unityguru1

    Unityguru1

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    Having the same issue. The unity3d file runs fine if I launch it directly from the build folder or as a project from an IDE like Aptana. However, if I make the code part of a web application and try to access the unity3d file from the server I get the same error message the others are getting above. I am testing this with IE and FireFox (Chrome is not an option for my current project.).
     
  10. pixarninja

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    Some browsers have stopped supporting a part of the Unity Plugin needed to run the Unity Webplayer. I've been able to solve the issue by switching the browser I run it in to Firefox. I haven't been able to find a way to solve this issue inside Chrome, sadly.
     
  11. christopher.warreau

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    hello chris for xp how i do that