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Error_loader_nocache - Unable to create cache directory.



Runescape was unable to find a suitable place to store its temporary files. To solve this please either: 











Login to your computer as an 'administator' user, and then try loading RuneScape again. This should give it sufficient access to create its temporary cache. 











Or, create a new directory called c:/rscache or /rscache. If possible, set that directory to have full read+write permissions so that all users can write to it. Runescape should then detect that directory and use it for its files. 











If you are unable to do either of the above, then as a last resort you can tell RuneScape not to store any files on the harddisk. When entering the site and choosing between high-detail/low-detail also select 'Unsigned Applet Using Default Java' from the dropdown scroll at the bottom of the detail select page. You will need to do this everytime you load the game. The disadvantage of this is the game will load slower, so if possible use one of the top two solutions instead. 







If problems persist then please refer to our technical FAQ which can be found in the FAQ section of our website. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

what does that mean?

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i restarted my computer and tried it again and it loaded this time, but does anyone know why it did that?

~ Proud Father ~ Proud (Currently Deployed) Army National Guardsmen ~ Proud Lakota ~ Retired Tip.It Crew ~
 

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It means RuneScape did not have access to the memory space it needed to load the game. Windows wasn't letting it load the needed files to play the game. Did you log into the same windows users after rebooting? Kinda weird that it would deny access once and then let it load another try. :?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nothing to really worry about if it's working fine now. It may have just been a random hiccup somewhere in the loading process.

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It means RuneScape did not have access to the memory space it needed to load the game. Windows wasn't letting it load the needed files to play the game. Did you log into the same windows users after rebooting? Kinda weird that it would deny access once and then let it load another try. :?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nothing to really worry about if it's working fine now. It may have just been a random hiccup somewhere in the loading process.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

theres only one user account on the computer, and that's the administrator account.

~ Proud Father ~ Proud (Currently Deployed) Army National Guardsmen ~ Proud Lakota ~ Retired Tip.It Crew ~
 

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