Unity player failed to data file
But yeah, it's good to hear you're it's working and you're back in the game.
Im using the Comodo Dragon browser, which is pretty strict when it comes to what it allows and not, so I thought maybe it was the problem.
After it loads and you get that error, click outside of the game area and press CtrlF5; so that you're issuing the command to the browser and not inside the game.
So I started checking the most basic things I could think of first: ben 10 omniverse action games 1) Deleting the file from the server and re-uploading. 01:14 AM #1, hello Everyone, I'm new with the game, but I cant even get started because I keep getting this error everytime I try to download the player.It seems to be a browser issue.He's the real person to thank here as he discovered doing that resolved this issue.Also, before that message appeared I was asked to install Unity, which I already had installed.I did use Blenders Game Engine to create game a.v.a - alliance of valiant arms a few game-thingies a couple responsive menu jquery plugin of years ago (of which one can be seen here ).If nothing's working, let us know and post what browser you're using and its version., 07:43 AM #3, indeed.I wont drag this story out any longer: THE solution, the ultimate solution that fixed everything without f*cking up for any of the other websites sharing the same root, was to open the pre-existing nfig file in the root folder, and inserting this line: mimeMap.3) Figured it didnt matter, so I uploaded it back into the games folder.Up until now in my limited game design career I have for the most part been doodling around with UDK.The problem will be fixed.Thank you!, 06:26 PM #7, haha, amn624 was ectatic when he finally got it working too.Reloading also removed that.
WebServer staticContent mimeMap fileExtension.