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Old 10-16-2019, 12:07 AM
rapidopen rapidopen is offline
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Hello, I jsut recently in the last hour installed titanium using the 5 physical hard discs. install went successful but now trying to run the game I get the 0xffffffffc message. i went into the file folder and there is not a file named eqclient.ini that i can see and i have searched the folder extensively,any suggestions as to what to try next? I am stumped
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Old 10-16-2019, 06:53 AM
Deathrydar Deathrydar is offline
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The EQ.Ini file is not easily found. It could be in your virtual store folder under C:\Users
Unfortunately I am not home, and will not be home for about 10 hours so, I cannot show you the path where mine is. But it's there. For your crashing issue:

1. Help! When I try to run eq, at some point before entering the game, I get an error that looks something like this:
The instruction at 0x029110ce referenced memory at 0xfffffffc. The memory could not be read

This solution to this is actually very simple. Go to your EQ folder. Find the file eqclient.ini and open it in a text editor (i use notepad, its the simplest to use)

hit ctrl+f, type windowedwidth, you should see something like this:


change it to this:


I'm using 800 x 600 here, but you may need to fiddle with that a bit. If 800 x 600 isnt working, try using your monitors native resolution instead. Eventually, you will get a combination that works, just keep trying.

Check out for more info.
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Old 10-16-2019, 11:04 AM
Argh Argh is offline
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Try moving you Everquest directory out of 'Program Files'. Sometimes it causes issues with read/write permissions. It should (I think) just generate a new eqclient.ini file if there isn't one when the game runs.

If it doesn't generate one, here's a link to my eqclient.ini file.
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