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Posted on 05-16-18, 11:07 pm (rev. 1 by Relative on 05-16-18, 11:54 pm)

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Okay, first off, this is my first post, so hey.

Second off, I was using NSMB editor just yesterday, ad it was working fine. But then, a bug on my computer resulting in the mouse freezing, so I had to restart it. After I restarted it, everything else worked fine, but when I went to mess around with the editor more, mere seconds after I clicked the .exe button, a message popped up saying, "NSMB Editor 5.1 has stopped working." So, I was bummed, ya see? I tried several more times today, to the same result. Does anybody know what the hell is going on? Any input would be appreciated..

EDIT: oh yeah, I already tried redownloading it. Nothing changed.
Posted on 05-16-18, 11:24 pm

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I had the same exact thing happen to me. My PC started flipping out, and when I rebooted it. NSMBe wouldn't work! I even reinstalled it and still nothing. I just moved everything to another PC and forgot all about it.
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Posted on 05-16-18, 11:26 pm
Now part of NSMBHD for more than 2 years. Time flies.

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weird. such a glitch never happened to me and I think it's the first time I heard about it.
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Posted on 05-16-18, 11:45 pm

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Easy fix:

Have hidden folders turned on (This will save you time with other problems down the road as well.)

Then navigate to C:/Users/(Whatevergoeshere)/AppData/Local and then proceed to delete the folder "NSMBe4"

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