QUOTE (Essenceblade @ Nov 3 2011, 10:09 AM)
Does your new Computer have the RTP for RPG Maker 2003 installed? Also, make sure your computer has the right programs to run files and folders. Your game might have a corrupt map tree and needs to be repaired, or you may have to import the game to your new computer one folder at a time E.G Transfering the Charset Folder over, checking it has its files, and then procceed to another folder. It sounds tedious but this is what I had to do when I was converting my RM 2003 game.
Can you actually open the game in the actual editor without it saying "Map Tree Data Is Corrupt"
Thanks for addressing my post!
My newly reformatted computer does have RTP installed. I couldn't get my game to load without it. I tried installing rpg 2003, RTP, and my video game on a different computer and ended up with the same results. I get no error messages or "Map Tree Data is Corrupt" message when loading the game. Everything runs well. The spot my Database is mysteriously saved at is identical to it's position the time before this when I transfered it around year ago. I think that is the key to understanding what is wrong, but I don't know the answer yet. I assumed that databases are saved in the folder itself, but maybe that info was stored somewhere else. I'll give your suggestion with the files a try and see if anything is missing.
PS I have enough saved information to feel it worth completing my game, but it sure sets me back a lot of hours.
This post has been edited by SoulBinder: Nov 3 2011, 06:16 PM