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good morning,I'm trying to install some very compressed game packages using different PCs (for example: Ace Combat 7 Skies Unknown v1.0.1 (Monkey Repack) [FitGirl Repack] and RESIDENT EVIL 2 Deluxe Edition + 9 DLCs [FitGirl Repack]).If I use the sandboxie, a very common error appears regarding two isdone.dll and unarc.dll libraries that promptly disappears by installing the package outside the sandbox.thank you
If you are trying to install drivers/services inside Sandboxie, they will fail, as that is not supported.
If you are experiencing a different issue, please provide more information as per the guidelines:How to report problems with Sandboxie
In reply to Barb@Sophos:
I believe that the setup file (it would seem to have been created with inno setup) only executes a decompression program (freearc) and copies the obtained files to an installation folder.
I could send you (regardless of the size of the archives and if you want) the individual setup files (the size of a few MB in which you could certainly extract the installation instructions).
In the meantime I have asked the package releasers for explanations why this kind of error occurs.
Thank you, see you soon
the two PCs on which I tried to install the repacks are:Acer Predator Portable PC 16GB RAM GTX970MPC Assembled 3GB RAM GTS250Sandboxie 5.30, Windows 10 x64 bit 1809 on both (Pro version on the assembled and Home on the laptop)Windows Defender + Windows Firewall updated to the latest versionthe error message is:ISDone.dll: an error occured when unpacking! unarc.dll returned to error code -1 ERROR: archive data corrupted (decompression fails).if you want, I can attach screenshots.I confirm that without using sandboxie, the error does not appearsee you later
In reply to Sal Tu:
Please follow the guidelines I provided earlier so that I can review the situation.
As a suggestion, you may want to try to decompress the files outside Sandboxie, and then copy them to your Sandboxed folder (Typically located under C:;\Sandbox...)
I'll leave this thread open so that other users can review and assist.