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  1. Well I did not know in what forum to post this so I thought this one would be the correct one. I just wish to say a big THANK YOU! to the TC team, and others who support it and are contributing. Me and my friends recently got tired of playing on retail and wanted to go on a little nostalgia trip with WotLK and while we could have played on other private servers, we thought of seeing if we could make our own, thus we found TC and decided to try it out to see if it's possible. Well after the informative guide here: https://trinitycore.atlassian.net/wiki/display/tc/TrinityCore+Home
  2. Well nothing is wrong on my system so maybe it is the compiler only, and no I did not do any of the optional steps as I already have the redistributable packages , but I will try to reinstall and post the results again, thanks for the suggestion Kylroi.
  3. This will be the last bump from em for this thread, if anyone else has any suggestions let me know.
  4. Nothing, the console doesn't respond anymore.
  5. I tried running also others compiled Authserver.exe and Worldserver.exe and extractors and still the same problem.
  6. Did that, and still the same problem. I don't get it what the problem is in. I believe it's somewhere in the compiler but I cannot confirm it.
  7. Hey everyone. I've got a problem concerning my compiled executable files not running properly. These are: -Authserver.exe -Worldserver.exe -mapextractor.exe -mmaps_generator.exe -vmap4extractor.exe -vmap4assembler.exe After running any of these files none of them open properly. What I mean by this is that when I double-click on a file, nothing happens, there is no window popup or anything for me to see. What I do see however is in my Task Manager processes of these files being there (2 or 3 from just one opening) that can't be terminated and these processes
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