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AladdinSane
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Hello, I upgraded to the latest beta (1.3.1.7) and am having an issue with it starting. Upon starting I get a dialog box: "Unable to execute file: c:\Program Files (x86)\CustomsForgeSongManager\CustomForgeSongManager.exe CreateProcess failed; code 740. The requested operation requires elevation."

 

If I run it as an admin, the UI pops up briefly and then crashes with the log displaying:

 

[3/5/2017 18:58:35]: CustomsForge Song Manager (v1.3.1.7 - BETA VERSION)
[3/5/2017 18:58:35]: RocksmithToolkitLib Version: 2.8.2.0
[3/5/2017 18:58:35]: Loaded settings file ...
[3/5/2017 18:58:35]: Populating SongManager GUI ...
[3/5/2017 18:58:35]: Raw songs count: 744
[3/5/2017 18:58:35]: Guns-n-Roses_Paradise-City-TS_v1_2_DD_p.psarc parsing took: 173 (msec)
[3/5/2017 18:58:35]: NOFX_Dont-call-me-white_v1_p.psarc parsing took: 7 (msec)
[3/5/2017 18:58:35]: Parsing archives from c:\program files (x86)\steam\SteamApps\common\Rocksmith2014\dlc took: 413 (msec)
[3/5/2017 18:58:35]: Loaded fresh song collection file ...
[3/5/2017 18:58:35]: Saved song collection file ...
[3/5/2017 18:58:35]: Loaded saved song collection file ...
[3/5/2017 18:58:36]: Loaded settings file ...
[3/5/2017 18:58:36]: Exception(DirectoryNotFoundException): Could not find a part of the path 'c:\program files (x86)\steam\SteamApps\common\Rocksmith2014\cfsm\archives'.
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Go to 'My Documents/CFSM' and delete the entire contents of CFSM folder.  Reinstall CFSM, run as Admin.  Start CFSM.  Let me know if it works.

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I did that. On the first run, the UI came up as it parsed the songs again and it crashed with the log up. I tried to load it again and it crashes immediately. It does not give the dialog box error, just pops up the log file.

 

First load:

[4/5/2017 22:46:20]: Exception(DirectoryNotFoundException): Could not find a part of the path 'c:\program files (x86)\steam\SteamApps\common\Rocksmith2014\cfsm\archives'.
 
Second load:
[4/5/2017 22:46:37]: CustomsForge Song Manager (v1.3.1.7 - BETA VERSION)
[4/5/2017 22:46:37]: RocksmithToolkitLib Version: 2.8.2.0
[4/5/2017 22:46:37]: Loaded settings file ...
[4/5/2017 22:46:37]: GetVersionInfo made a good connection with the server ...
[4/5/2017 22:46:37]: CustomsForgeSongManager.exe [1.3.1.7] does not need updating ...
[4/5/2017 22:46:37]: Populating SongManager GUI ...
[4/5/2017 22:46:38]: Raw songs count: 744
[4/5/2017 22:46:38]: Parsing archives from c:\program files (x86)\steam\SteamApps\common\Rocksmith2014\dlc took: 103 (msec)
[4/5/2017 22:46:38]: Loaded fresh song collection file ...
[4/5/2017 22:46:38]: Saved song collection file ...
[4/5/2017 22:46:38]: Loaded saved song collection file ...
[4/5/2017 22:46:38]: Loaded settings file ...
[4/5/2017 22:46:38]: Exception(DirectoryNotFoundException): Could not find a part of the path 'c:\program files (x86)\steam\SteamApps\common\Rocksmith2014\cfsm\archives'.
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