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Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne - Unable to open map

Discussion in 'Games' started by l)arkzer0, Jul 16, 2007.

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  1. l)arkzer0

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    I have been trying to open a WC3 map so I can see how they did a few things, but I constantly get an error. I know the map is protected, but I can't find a way to unprotect this one.
    I keep getting the same error no matter what I do to unprotect it:

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    worldedit
    This application has encountered a critical error:

    Not enough storage is available to process this command.

    Program: c:\program files\warcraft iii\worldedit.exe
    Object: [email protected]@@@@

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    I have seen a topic similar in these forums found here:
    http://forums.techguy.org/games/584049-i-cant-open-map-wc3.html?highlight=deprotect

    But, either I am not reading the tutorials right, or something is wrong that isn't fixed there. I went to the Deprotect site as well, and it also doesn't fix this. I have used 2 other unprotectors that were also unsuccessful.

    I also tried just removing the triggers from the map (war3map.j) and putting them in a new map so I could see them, but that also didn't work.
     
  2. saltad347

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    I dont think anybody made a successful program for unprotecting yet..
     
  3. l)arkzer0

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    It would probably be good for unprotecting "low level" protections. The tutorials don't help either though.
     
  4. saltad347

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    is the map tft or roc??
     
  5. l)arkzer0

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    The Frozen Throne.
     
  6. saltad347

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    lol.. ok,
     
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    It didn't work, it came up with the same error about a hundred times:
    "Parameter is Incorrect."

    I was pritty sure that if 3 programs couldn't do it, that it had to be done manually... It uses the exact same protection as the Mad Balls game.
     
  9. saltad347

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    I dont know then, but Im not sure if there is a "real" working map unprotector yet. sorry.
     
  10. saltad347

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    well, let me see if i can look for something. what is the program that you used to protect it?
     
  11. l)arkzer0

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    I didn't protect it.
     
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