So two weeks ago I wrote a guide on how to play Ragnarok M Eternal Love on emulators. Since then many people have been coming across problems with the emulators. Here’s how to fix NoxPlayer errors and a list of errors players have encountered. I will keep this post updated with any NoxPlayer inquiries so remember to bookmark it!
Disclaimer: Some of the solutions requires tinkering and tweaking with PC files. If you’re not confident / not sure what you’re doing or cannot read and follow instruction properly – you might end up messing up your files. We’re not to be held responsible for any technical error your PC might encounter nor will we help you fix it. This is meant for users with advanced knowledge on how to use a PC.
Last updated: November 26, 2018
Cannot access the needed resource
When this error occurs, it’s usually due to the emulator not being able to update the game automatically. Here’s how you can fix it:
- Uninstall Ragnarok M from your emulator.
- Sign in to the Google Play Store and download the game from there.
This should fetch you the current, updated version of the game. If you still want to use APK to install, make sure you find the latest file for the game.
OPEN GL error
Update your graphics card(s)! Refer to solution four (scroll down). If that doesn’t work, try downloading OpenGL here. Alternatively, try another emulator before you do the OpenGL download. It’s safer and requires less tampering with the insides of your computer.
Decompression failed error
This error occurs due to the lack of storage space left on your PC’s drives. There are two ways to fix this:
- Clean out your drives by uninstalling some unused programs.
- Pick another drive (if you have) with available space. For example, if you’re trying to install the game on C: drive, try picking the D:/E: drive instead if they have more space.
Emulator stuck at 99%
The following steps will require a basic understanding of how to operate a PC. If you don’t know how to do things like turning off your Firewall – reconsider going through with the guide. You might mess up your PC if you make a mistake and not know what you’re doing. Proceed at your own risk!
Simply turn off your Firewall and try running NoxPlayer. You can do this via your PC’s Control Panel. This is a simple thing so I won’t go into details. If you actually don’t know how to do this, Google it. These are the ones you need to turn off:
- Windows Defender Firewall
- Domain Network (if applicable)
- Private Network
- Public Network
If you’re still facing problem after you do this, move on to Solution Two.
This solution requires fiddling with Nox Multi-Drive. This application comes together with the default installation and you should find it in your directory or desktop.
- Double-click on Multi-Drive to launch it.
- Click on the setting button, highlighted in red in the picture below.
- On the setting window, click Performance Setting and choose Custom.
- If you’re not sure about CPU core and memory just leave it at default numbers.
- Under Graphics rendering mode, select Speed (DirectX)
- Save settings.
- Close the Multi-Drive and try running NoxPlayer.
If you’re still facing problem launching the emulator, here’s the third method.
- Right-click on NoxPlayer shortcut on your desktop.
- Select Properties > Compatibility.
- Check the box next to Run this program in compatibility mode for:
- The default is Windows 8, you can leave it as it is.
- Click on Apply.
The last method, if all else fails, is to update your drivers.
- Right-click on This PC (My Computer on older OS) and select Manage.
- In the new window, click on Device Manager, wait for it to load.
- Once the list loads, click on the arrow next to Display adapters.
- This will reveal your graphics card(s).
- Right-click on the graphics card and select Update driver.
- Pick Search automatically for updated driver software.
- Wait for the update to finish then try launching NoxPlayer.
If this still doesn’t work for you, please leave in the comment section regarding your specific error. Alternatively, you can join our Discord and ask for help in the #help-desk channel. I’ll get back to you as soon as I can and will try to help you. However, your best bet is to just contact NoxPlayer support and ask for their help instead. You can e-mail them here: firstname.lastname@example.org.