Corrupted MOSS files.

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    natanowner007
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    hello nohope admins,

    I this strange question, Ive been playing Special force2 lately on ESL, we had a cup and MOSS was mandatoy, The fact is that I had all my files “corrupted”, logfile and pictures, and the admins on esl want to disqualify my team becouse my MOSS files where corrupted, And the main thing is I did not touch the MOSS files except entering it and looking, I did not even type and delete what I typed, I did nothing except watching my own pictures and entering to the MOSS logfile for like 20 sec’s …and after everyone, maybe like 60-100 users checked my MOSS files, they all saw the same, I do not have a directX version (its like I do not even have it) and that the MOSS is corrupted, SO WHAT IS THE PROBLEM ? I REALLY DIDNT TOUCH IT PLEASE HELP ME BEFORE I GET DISQUALIFIED !!!
    I have more like 24 hours, please help me out here , btw the anti virus did mention some notifaction’s but I cannot recognize any files deleted.
    The only weird thing that my logfiles have is that it doesn’t show my DirectX version. Every MOSS file I checked had their directX version in it, but mine doesn’t
    MOSS file :
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/mbawhbnu8ukddeq/2013-11-21_NG_%2528mReus_MOSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS%2529.zip

    best regards, Natan ‘mReus’ Yatsyk on esl.

    #589

    natanowner007
    Participant

    No need an answer, I quit that game and got kicked by my team 😀 bb

    #590

    ADM_nohope
    Keymaster

    no directx means you have to install directx extensions from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35

    touched file means you changed something , it’s forbidden to edit the file in any way so dont open it if you have nothing to hide

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