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SubjectI know this board is not so active but i really need some help.. new Reply to this message
Posted byneon_
Posted on01/01/05 05:55 PM



My problem is that whenever i'm trying to "run" a table, i get a "Unable to locate wpc.vbs"...Of course (since i'm not new in pinball emulation) i have this file in the folder where the table is.But still...i get this error.I've tried a fresh install of Visual Pinball (6.1) and VPinmame 1.50. with no luck. Any suggestions? Thanks!




SubjectRe: I know this board is not so active but i really need some help.. Reply to this message
Posted byRadwar99
Posted on01/02/05 03:27 AM



> My problem is that whenever i'm trying to "run" a table, i get a "Unable to
> locate wpc.vbs"...Of course (since i'm not new in pinball emulation) i have this
> file in the folder where the table is.But still...i get this error.I've tried a
> fresh install of Visual Pinball (6.1) and VPinmame 1.50. with no luck. Any
> suggestions? Thanks!
>
go here:
http://www.vpforums.com/vptables/tables.php
Download the VBS Scripts 3.17 "vpvbs3_17.zip"
Unzip the file into the Tables directory.





SubjectRe: I know this board is not so active but i really need some help.. new Reply to this message
Posted byneon_
Posted on01/02/05 07:39 PM



> go here:
> http://www.vpforums.com/vptables/tables.php
> Download the VBS Scripts 3.17 "vpvbs3_17.zip"
> Unzip the file into the Tables directory.
>

Already tried this.It did nothing.The same f***ing error. Seems like something is wrong with my windows (vbscripting or something like that)...damn....Tip: If i double click on the wpc.vbs I get a "Cannot open core.vbs" error..and then a Runtime error at Microsoft VBScript....what can i try? plz help






SubjectRe: I know this board is not so active but i really need some help.. new Reply to this message
Posted byRadwar99
Posted on01/02/05 11:49 PM



> > go here:
> > http://www.vpforums.com/vptables/tables.php
> > Download the VBS Scripts 3.17 "vpvbs3_17.zip"
> > Unzip the file into the Tables directory.
> >
>
> Already tried this.It did nothing.The same f***ing error. Seems like something
> is wrong with my windows (vbscripting or something like that)...damn....Tip: If
> i double click on the wpc.vbs I get a "Cannot open core.vbs" error..and then a
> Runtime error at Microsoft VBScript....what can i try? plz help
>
Some files might have been corrupted or maybe a virus.
There might be a way to download the VBScript over at Microsoft and install them manually.
Otherwise you might have no choice but to reinstall Windows.




SubjectOMG!! It worked :D Thanks a looooooooot!!! new Reply to this message
Posted byneon_
Posted on01/04/05 04:45 PM



> > > go here:
> > > http://www.vpforums.com/vptables/tables.php
> > > Download the VBS Scripts 3.17 "vpvbs3_17.zip"
> > > Unzip the file into the Tables directory.
> > >
> >
> > Already tried this.It did nothing.The same f***ing error. Seems like something
> > is wrong with my windows (vbscripting or something like that)...damn....Tip:
> If
> > i double click on the wpc.vbs I get a "Cannot open core.vbs" error..and then a
> > Runtime error at Microsoft VBScript....what can i try? plz help
> >
> Some files might have been corrupted or maybe a virus.
> There might be a way to download the VBScript over at Microsoft and install them
> manually.
> Otherwise you might have no choice but to reinstall Windows.
>





SubjectNo problem, glad you got it sorted out (nt) new Reply to this message
Posted byRadwar99
Posted on01/07/05 02:55 AM



> > > > go here:
> > > > http://www.vpforums.com/vptables/tables.php
> > > > Download the VBS Scripts 3.17 "vpvbs3_17.zip"
> > > > Unzip the file into the Tables directory.
> > > >
> > >
> > > Already tried this.It did nothing.The same f***ing error. Seems like
> something
> > > is wrong with my windows (vbscripting or something like that)...damn....Tip:
> > If
> > > i double click on the wpc.vbs I get a "Cannot open core.vbs" error..and then
> a
> > > Runtime error at Microsoft VBScript....what can i try? plz help
> > >
> > Some files might have been corrupted or maybe a virus.
> > There might be a way to download the VBScript over at Microsoft and install
> them
> > manually.
> > Otherwise you might have no choice but to reinstall Windows.
> >
>





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