Press J to jump to the feed. For those wondering, here is my original thread about my issue: http://www.reddit.com/r/pokemonzetaomicron/comments/2fc3i4/game_crashes_on_startup_rgss_player_has_stopped/. I have fixed numerous issues with games in the past simply by re-booting. I experienced the issue myself and tried many possible solutions, so I am going to list them here so that hopefully one works for you. Pokemon Insurgence has a unique region, with an enticing storyline, and offers challenging gameplay, for all players. Re-boot your computer! Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. The official subreddit for the fan games, Pokemon Zeta and Pokemon Omicron. beacaus i tried that and the link was removed, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the PokemonInsurgence community. Re-boot your computer! After each step, attempt to launch the game): Run the game as an administrator: Right-Click Game.exe > Properties > Compatibility Tab > Tick "Run this program as an administrator", Run in compatibility mode: Right-Click Game.exe > Properties > Compatibility Tab > Tick "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" > Select "Windows XP (Service Pack 3) from the drop-down list. Welcome to the Pokémon Insurgence sub-reddit! Verify your game.exe is in the same folder as the game data and files. Yet if it isn't, please post below and I will try to assist you. If you do decide to post, please be aware that I am not a magical guru. Primary Steps (In the order they should be done. By containing folder, do you mean the folder Game.exe is in? New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the pokemonzetaomicron community, Continue browsing in r/pokemonzetaomicron. Before my game used to crash every 10 minutes... after i turned of battle scene, it has NEVER crashed again, even after i 3d-fied my sprites. Add the game.exe and containing folder to the exception list on your Firewall and Anti-virus. Primary Steps (In the order they should be done. Hopefully I can give some insight to the (as far as I can tell) common "RGSS Player has stopped working" issue/crash. So occasionally when I boot up the game and open a menu, be it in a battle or the pause menu, it automatically goes to the bottom choice. Pokemon Insurgence is a Pokemon fangame made by the creators of Pokemon Zeta and Omicron. Disclaimer: I can only verify these steps for 64-bit Windows 7. After each step, attempt to launch the game): Run the game as an administrator: Right-Click Game.exe > Properties > Compatibility Tab > Tick "Run this program as an administrator", Run in compatibility mode: Right-Click Game.exe > Properties > Compatibility Tab > Tick "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" > Select "Windows XP (Service Pack 3) from the drop-down list. This post was made to troubleshoot clean installations, not modded or used ones. Pokemon Insurgence is a Pokemon fangame made by the creators of Pokemon Zeta and Omicron. Here is my original thread on the Omicron/Zeta Sub-reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/pokemonzetaomicron/comments/2fejtp/how_to_troubleshoot_rgss_player_has_stopped/. NOTE: If the Data Execution Prevention tab is grayed out (like mine was), download this program and disable DEP: http://www.tweaking.com/content/page/disable_or_enable_data_execution_prevention.html, Download and install the RPG Maker XP Run-Time-Package from here: http://www.rpgmakerweb.com/download/additional/run-time-packages/thankyou-rtp-xp. I've looked all over RGSS Player sites (this happens with Zeta as well) and I can't for the life of me figure out the problem. Pokemon Insurgence has a unique region, with an enticing storyline, and … Yet if it isn't, please post below and I will try to assist you. After all these steps, your game should most likely be running. Verify your issue is "RGSS Player has stopped working". Pokemon Insurgence has a unique region, with an enticing storyline, and offers challenging gameplay, for all players. Created using RPG Maker XP and Pokemon Essentials (by Maruno), this game features over 649 Pokemon, plus some more from generation 6, as well as tons of post Elite-Four content! Add the game as an exemption to DEP: Open Start Menu > Search for "Advanced System Settings" > Click "Settings..." under performance > Go to the "Data Execution Prevention" Tab > Tick the second bubble > Click "Add..." > Select the game.exe.