Answered E/A-Fehler 1392

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Road-hog123

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Undo whatever you did to break it...

"Eingang/Ausgabe-Fehler 1392" means "Input/Output Error 1392", so something went wrong when either reading from or writing to a file. As for what went wrong, unless there's something helpful in the logfile, nobody will ever know.
 

P674 MLE

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Apr 6, 2018
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Undo whatever you did to break it...

"Eingang/Ausgabe-Fehler 1392" means "Input/Output Error 1392", so something went wrong when either reading from or writing to a file. As for what went wrong, unless there's something helpful in the logfile, nobody will ever know.
ii just downloaded v3d's b7tl alx400 so maybe that cause it thanks for the help ill remove it from my directory
 

P674 MLE

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Apr 6, 2018
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Undo whatever you did to break it...

"Eingang/Ausgabe-Fehler 1392" means "Input/Output Error 1392", so something went wrong when either reading from or writing to a file. As for what went wrong, unless there's something helpful in the logfile, nobody will ever know.
it didnt work :(
 

Road-hog123

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I'm going to suggest that this error message is related to your previous problem, hence I've moved and merged your posts here.

Not being able to write to the disk is a good reason for the I/O Error, and Steam confirming it makes it clear it's not just an OMSI issue.

The resolution to your problem is therefore to fix whatever is wrong with your computer that means it can't write to the disk - either a permissions issue or some kind of hardware issue like the drive being full.
 

P674 MLE

Veteran Member
Apr 6, 2018
863
I'm going to suggest that this error message is related to your previous problem, hence I've moved and merged your posts here.

Not being able to write to the disk is a good reason for the I/O Error, and Steam confirming it makes it clear it's not just an OMSI issue.

The resolution to your problem is therefore to fix whatever is wrong with your computer that means it can't write to the disk - either a permissions issue or some kind of hardware issue like the drive being full.
ive tried eveything :(