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Discussion in 'Single Player Forum' started by gotfocus, Sep 30, 2006.

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    gotfocus IncGamers Member

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    Atma

    I recently encountered a problem with ATMA and I figured that everyone in the singleplayer forum probably has the most experience with this app.

    I have a character file that wont load in either the game or in ATMA. The ATMA msg I get is:

    Version: 1.11 save file
    Bad item data at offset 0x97d Z
    Failed to analyze savegame
    Unable to load character file

    This happened after I dragged an item to the buffer area to compare 2 weapons then tried to delete the weapon in the buffer using right-click and delete. The delete didn't work properly so I returned the weapon to my characters backpack/storage area then closed it down. Ever since then, it has been inaccessible.

    The only other relevant info I can give you is that I don't MP, trade, or use mods hacks or that runeword mod. Not only was he a clvl 90, but he also had lots of good items that I would hate to lose. Is there a way I can salvage this character? Thanks
     
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    diablo loves donutz IncGamers Member

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    Read this post, scroll up, click on single player forum, see the third sticky...yea...
     
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    really the people in the atma sticky thread will be able to help you better with your problem.
     
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