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  07:10:22  23 January 2016
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optical_illusion
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Ok what am I doing wrong when unpacking .allspawn

But the I press decompile..the window opens but instantly closes.

[img]http://i.imgur.com/90T4YTc.png[/img]


I made a txt file and pasted into it perl acdc.pl -d all.spawn and renamed it

and then another .txt file and put perl acdc.pl -c all.ltx -o new.spawn

I am reading other threads and others had the same problem..what am I doign wrong? I have tried decompiling vanilla .allspawn and decane's ZRP's allspawn all to no effect
  14:01:43  23 January 2016
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angrydog
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add "pause" to the bottom of the decompile bat file so the window will stay open, then you can read the error message...
  22:14:24  23 January 2016
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optical_illusion
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---QUOTATION---
add "pause" to the bottom of the decompile bat file so the window will stay open, then you can read the error message...
---END QUOTATION---



it says

Can't open perl script ''acdc.pl'': No such file or directory

I have win10 64bit
  04:38:23  24 January 2016
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angrydog
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assuming you have perl installed correctly; ensure that the name of your spawn file exactly matches the name in your decompile.bat
  06:43:13  24 January 2016
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optical_illusion
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---QUOTATION---
assuming you have perl installed correctly; ensure that the name of your spawn file exactly matches the name in your decompile.bat
---END QUOTATION---



I created a folder in c/ rogramfilesx86 called Perl and isntalled Perl there.

I made a folder on Desktop and put the acdc.pl and the allspawn along with other thingsl like decompile.bat there
  08:02:10  24 January 2016
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TKGP
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Judging by the screenshot you have "hide extensions" on and that file is actually named acdc.pl.pl. Search for it in the control panel and uncheck it.
  16:30:37  24 January 2016
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optical_illusion
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ok so I did this then if it was acdc.pl.pl...i removed .pl and got this

[img]http://i.imgur.com/zBZwchN.jpg[/img]

im sorry if this is all really easy its just that im completely clueless when it comes to perl or lue or any of that stuff
  21:19:12  30 January 2016
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optical_illusion
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I know this sounds really lame but could someone guide me step by step how to unpack. Like down to every command. Im that clueless.

I have Perl installed in x86 and .allspawn in a folder on desktop.
  03:01:18  2 February 2016
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optical_illusion
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Ok been using this as a guide

http://stalker-gamers.ru/forum/10-17-1

I pasted exactly what is in his CMD but I get Access Is denied. WTF Am I doing wrong god I just want to unpack this thing...
 
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