Hotfix for .NET 4-related errors, 0xc0000005, 0xc0000142 etc.
27.04.2012 @ 14:29 #1
PLEASE NOTE! Using the hotfix will make it impossible for you to send your arena scores to the leaderboards on our website.
Additionally, this hotfix SHOULD NOT be used with the Steam version of the game. Steam users who experience .NET 4-related errors need not worry however, as we are currently working on a patch which among other things will provide a fix for .NET 4-related issues for the Steam users.
Download the hotfix from THIS PAGE.
Additionally, on that page I gathered all the most important info we have on the problems with .NET Framework 4 and workarounds/fixes for them. I would like to thank *Tommy* the moderator and all the users who helped with the research on this issue .
27.04.2012 @ 14:38 #3
You could upload scores when 2.0 launched slimgrin.
27.04.2012 @ 15:04 #6
The one with the oil trap you have to activate during the assault, to do so you have to turn a wheel, but that wheel is turned 90° into the wall, so you can't finish the game...
27.04.2012 @ 15:12 #8
It fixed several problems with uploading Arena scores and the security of it.
Nope, it was related to cloud saving.
27.04.2012 @ 15:16 #9
28.04.2012 @ 00:14 #12
Give em some time . The EE has only been out for little over a week .
28.04.2012 @ 17:41 #13
29.04.2012 @ 09:34 #16
However, my understanding is that it's optional. If you don't have the specific .Net problems as listed, you don't need to install.
30.04.2012 @ 08:56 #17
Not able to use the leaderboard feature? Well, if that sacrifice is all that's being made, then that's fine by me. I wasn't using that feature anyway and if it means the difference between playing the game and not playing it at all, it's no hard decision, really.
Anyway, I'm looking forward to the next patch. Thanks again for the great support on this terrific game. Keep up the great work.
More 'The Witcher 2', please. MOAR!
30.04.2012 @ 14:29 #18
30.04.2012 @ 14:38 #19
for Linux with WINE or what ?
30.04.2012 @ 15:35 #20
Assuming you mean Linux then after install (of EE) patch it with this hotfix. Install vcrun2010 and d3dx9 via winetricks. Set /HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Wine/Direct3D/UseGLSL=Disabled in the registry (for performance reasons). Run the Configurator and apply whatever settings your system is likely to handle (word of advice: Never enable Ubersampling, always disable Vsync, and turn off Cinematic DOF).
Tada! Everything should work fairly swimmingly.