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Windows 7: Maplestory Bex Error/ Maplestory Stackhash Errors

04 Jan 2013   #1

Windows 7 64 Bit
 
 
Maplestory Bex Error/ Maplestory Stackhash Errors

I recently came back to maple from a two month hiatus and from a newer computer that I purchased. I couldn't get in. What happens is that whenever I try to click on the maple shortcut, nothing happens, and a windows error message pops up that says "Maplestory is not Working". I have downloaded the game at least seven times now; four times through the website and three times through Steam. I tried configuring all the what-nots that other websites told me to do. All I know is that the errors that pop up at coming from a BEX error and the module at fault is something called a Stackhash_099e. I am running on a Lenovo H330 i3 Intel Processor computer with pretty low specs. I am going to upgrade it pretty soon, but I just want to at least have some game to play between now and then. My Toshiba laptop, which had terrible specs was able to run Maple with little to no error, yet this desktop with better specs can't? Please, anyone, if you have been able to fix this error, please share some advice through this thread as I can tell that many more people have had this problem as well.

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