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    Can no longer launch smite

    Hi,
    I recently restored my PC since I got blue screen and it was running a slow (freezing etc) But had to restore way back to 2010, which caused loss of files and users and all sorts, I have recovered the files and was able to re-install any programs I wanted to continue to use except smite, I have tried to removing all files from all users and deleted and re-installed three times and every time I get the same error. Hirez diag and support also fails to launch.

    Help would be much appreciated since I want to get back to playing

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    bump please

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    From personal experiences I would never in my life restored a computer that far back. It could be hundreds of issues to be honest. Did you make sure all of your drivers are up to date? System restores are not perfect 100% of the time. So it could very well be that you still have corrupted files. Take a look at the event viewer and search for error codes.

    If this was my computer this is what I would do.
    #1 crap my pants that I got the BSOD. =P
    #2 Pray the computer turns back on
    #3 If I got back on my computer I would use an extra hard drive and back up all my important stuff like photos and that sort of thing.
    #4 Attempt to figure out what caused the BSOD.
    #5 If I can't fix it, reformat the computer and start fresh.

    To assist with locating the reason for your BSOD you can follow this link. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/foru...-event-viewer/

    Please note, I am NOT a professional and I am simply sharing my brief knowledge with another gamer. I feel your pain and hope you get it resolved, but please only perform tasks on your computer you are comfortable with and at your own risk.
    =D

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