Honor 10 black dns
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I am getting the unarc.dll return error after 100% upacking done. Say decompression fail. And I see the same thing happened to other guys in the comment section but you (R.G Mechanics) seem to have no idea about it. Why even post corrupted games. Not cool bro.
i get this error: an errir occured when unpacking!
unarc.dll return and error code -1
error: archive data corrupted (decompression fails)
and i restart system but he still there
still its not working……..
there’s some error i.e dns address could not be found…i have downloaded many games earlier but still this is the first time i have encountered this problem…
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