Please describe what you were doing when the error occured:
Full critical error message, if available (including system info, message text and the history chain):
OS: Windows 10 (Version: 10.0; Build: 22621)
CPU: GenuineIntel @ 2615 MHz with 16087MB RAM
Video: No Video
Can't find 'ini:Engine.Engine.GameEngine' in configuration file
History: UObject::SafeLoadError <- UObject::StaticLoadClass <- InitEngine
It’s happen when I start the game.
Does it happen every time when you start the game?
If so, can you try starting the game in the safe mode once and then restarting the game again?
It happen everytime when i click on “Start”,
I try with Safe mode still the same error
Do you have anything in your
Documents\My Games\Ymirheim\Option folder? Can you try deleting it?
Hmm I don’t have Option folder :l
Was it working before or is this a new installation?
Can you try deleting the System folder in of your game client (you can find the path in the launcher’s settings) and repair game files?
Yes, it was working on my previous computer and i bought a new one.
Ok i’m going to try
Did you move your documents folder to a different location by any chance? Or do you have any special characters (non-alphanumeric) in your Windows username?
I moved the files, but it’s asked me again the path to the game
My windows name don’t have non-alphanumeric but my account to access my computer have, but this the same i used to use on my previous computer
Can you open Windows PowerShell and execute this?
And paste the result here (you can select with your mouse while holding Shift).
this is what i got
Yeah looks like that’s the problem.
Your documents folder is located in OneDrive and the path contains special characters… I don’t think the game can process those characters correctly.
Not sure yet how to fix it. I’d have to do some experiments on my side.
Do you remember by any chance what you did during your Windows installation? I think you used your Micosoft account to log in instead of creating a local account.
The error message says it’s Windows 10, is that correct?
Yes on Windows 10, on my previous computer it was Windows 11
Looks like this might be a solution if you’re willing to disable backups for the Documents folder: sync - How to unlink my Documents folder from my OneDrive account? - Super User
After disabling the One Drive backups it should bring back your documents folder to the usual location.
I’m still going to try and fix it in the code, but it can take some time.
Ok i give a try thank you !
It works thank you so much i can finally enter the game !!