View Full Version : Gameroom error?
26th-October-2009, 08:16 AM
i always get an error when i try to load the gameroom.
it doesnt matter if i use my xp, windows 7, or my ubuntu.. i still get the error.
is the gameroom broken? or is there something im not doing right?
26th-October-2009, 09:54 PM
It seems to load for myself and an admin, and the games are there.
Maybe you have a flash problem, it being a flash app; or a memory problem.
This is for a different game application, but the advice would be the same (http://cbssports.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/590). Repeat: a different application.
Edit: Adblock can affect some people's viewing. I have adblock, but I only use it to block a very few fugly advertisments, not all en masse.
26th-October-2009, 10:13 PM
I have the same problem, it used to work for me and now it doesn't. I haven't made any changes that would cause it. It's no big deal to me as I could have mentioned it a month ago. I figured when we were having bandwidth issues, it was taken out then.
26th-October-2009, 10:25 PM
It was removed before the transition, but as with the Arcade, was restored quickly.
It might help if someone described the problem: do you get a page not found ? Does the loading bay not start ? Does it freeze ?
Not that we actually debug hacks, anymore than most users are gonna rewrite code for extensions.
26th-October-2009, 10:29 PM
I get error #3032
26th-October-2009, 10:39 PM
I get a light blue screen with RSL error 1 of 1 in the middle and error #2032 (0228lisa may have mistyped or has a different error number)
26th-October-2009, 11:13 PM
Never having heard of, yet alone seen, such errors, I googled and #3032 being a runtime error MS invented, it may be ignored: #2032 is an http streaming error ( thanks again, MS ! IE, how I love thee...).
Errors #2032 and #2048 (http://support.scribd.com/forums/33627/entries/27858) usually indicate that there's some kind of network configuration setting, either on the computer or the network router, that's preventing the streamed document data on our servers from getting to the Scribd reader. There are many separate variables that can lead to this problem: sometimes it's traced to security settings on a corporate router that prevented certain Flash applications from working on a corporate intranet, while at other times it's due to firewall software or browser plugins installed on the computer.
(http://www.articlesbase.com/data-recovery-articles/error-2032-in-ie-repair-it-now--1145029.html)If you use the internet on a regular basis (http://www.articlesbase.com/data-recovery-articles/error-2032-in-ie-repair-it-now--1145029.html), your web-browser is constantly working - you visit new sites, activate various online applications, and games, applications, and information are always available to you. As you probably already understand, there is a continuous stream of data sent from/to your browser and your operating system - the part of your windows that enables this "conversation" is known as the registry.
Whenever there is a 'hole' in your system's registry, this is where you start experiencing problems such as an error 2032 in IE, freezes, pop up errors and many other problems. The registry has the job of managing your various software and hardware installations and deinstallations; the all-too-common problem of incorrect or incomplete software installations may generate a 'broken' registry, among other problems.
To summarize: the #2032 problem can be either caused by a flaw in the Windows' registry on your computer; or a flaw in the streaming from server to computer caused by Windows' IE protocols. I would assume this would affect all types of browsers on the machine infected by Windows.
27th-October-2009, 07:26 AM
i get error 1 of 1 every time. it almost looks like a freeze, the backround is black, and the error window (which seems to be embedded in the flash part) is gray. in firefox those options are checked as well.
btw, i clicked on arcade, instead of gameroom, and arcade works just fine...
5th-March-2010, 10:13 PM
Thousands of dollars have been deposited into my account for no good reason. Do you know why this is ?
6th-March-2010, 04:35 AM
Someone Up There Likes You ?
6th-March-2010, 04:48 AM
Seems like a reasonable enough explanation...God, creator of all things, deposited two thousand virtual dollars into my forum bank-account for me to play blackjack with; case closed.
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