knell28 wrote: »
is there a certain version of WinZip that can't/must be used in order for this to work? I have version 17 and its not opening up the Zip File. Its giving me a "cannot open file...it does not appear to be a valid archive".
SabreNation wrote: »
Yep, this worked. Downloaded the episode no problem. I got another License error when I first started the game but I just closed it out and went back in. Everything seems to be in order. I was able to get in and play a few minutes with no issues at all. You sir are awesome. Now excuse me whilst I o play!
Hey Telltale, maybe you should offer this guy a job. While you were ignoring everybody and twiddling your thumbs, he came up with a simple, effective solution to the problem.
DjNDB wrote: »
Wait, you already mentioned these savegame issues before the download. Or did they work again in between?
I don't know why you have to wait every time. Did you also have to wait while you did this workaround?
ViolentViolence15 wrote: »
Forgive me, but i can't seem to find the "Empty_PatchFS.zip" file/thing. lol. HELP?!
DjNDB wrote: »
There is an official statement in a sticky thread.
MarkoH01 wrote: »
I already figured that out. If you are downloading with the Internet Explorer you have to rename the file from Empty_PatchFS.zip to Empty_PatchFS.zip.gz after the download and before unpacking. When you unzip it now there will be another zip file in the zip file itself. The problem is the used gzip format which does not work with some IE versions.
You may also use another browser to download the file - both ways should work.
daniella0811 wrote: »
when i right click and go on properties, they are already checked as read-only.
so i left them...
and its still not working. The percentage increased from before. It used to freeze at 48% now it freezes at 55%.