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  • How to Load Assassin’s Creed Syndicate 100% Save Game Files And Unlock Everything (codex version)

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    Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is an open-world video game developed by Ubisoft. Storyline follows twin assassins Jacob and Evie Frye, as they fight against organized crime within the Victorian era LondonGame is pretty unique among all other Assassin’s Creed titles, featuring various new weapons such as kukri knives, cane swords, and brass knuckles. Firearms include the whole range of automatic pistols, newer seen before in Assassin’s Creed series.

    All these goodies become available during single player campaign, so it may take a weeks of gameplay until you finally unlock them all. As you progress through the game, a whole range of new player skills and upgrades become available too.


    While there’s a certain enjoyment in unlocking game features one by one, there’s also a lot of impatient gamers who want to experience a fully featured game play from the beginning. Follow the rest of this page to unlock everything that Assassin’s Creed Syndicate has to offer, in just a few minutes! 


    For brand new game installation:

    If you have a brand new game installation (which means you didn’t play game before using downloaded savegame), it is recommended to start the game, and exit right after the first mission starts.
    Do it before following the instructions below. This method will create necessary files within the game save directory.


    1. Go to www.assassinscreedsavegames.com and download 100% saved game file

    2. Extract the compressed file using WinRar archiver or 7-Zip. You’ll get 4 files: 0x1.sav0x2.sav0x3.sav and 0x4.sav.

    3. Select all files, right click on them and choose Copy

    4. Navigate to the game save folder, and paste copied file there. If Copy File dialog prompts, choose Copy and Replace. Game save location may be different depending on the OS version, but for Windows 7/8/10 it is usually here:  C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\uplay\CODEX\Saves\AssassinsCreedSyndicate\

    5. Run your copy of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate and enjoy your new saved game!


    About www.assassinscreedsavegames.com 

    If you take a closer look at www.assassinscreedsavegames.com you’ll notice all savegames for Assassin’s Creed series, saved after each mission. If you’ve accidentally lost your savegame files in the middle of single player campaign, you can find corresponding save file, download it and continue playing where you stopped.


    Alternative titles: 

    Assassins Creed Syndicate Save Location
    AC Syndicate 100 save
    Assassins Creed Syndicate Skip Mission
    Assassins Creed Syndicate Unlock Everything
    Assassins Creed Syndicate Save Folder

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  • How to Fix 0xc000007b Application Error (Windows 7 64bit)

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    The application was unable to start correctly (0xc000007b). Click OK to close the application.

    Most frequently happens with these games:

    Assassins Creed IV Black Flag ( AC4BFSP.exe )
    Battlefield 4 ( bf4.exe )
    Call of Duty: Ghosts ( iw6mp64_ship.exe )
    The Elder Scrolls Skyrim ( SkyrimLauncher.exe )
    Diablo 3 ( Diablo III.exe )
    Dirt 3 ( dirt3_game.exe )
    Watch Dogs ( Watch_Dogs.exe )
    Just Cause 2 Multiplayer ( JcmpLauncher.exe )
    Child of Light ( ChildofLight.exe )
    Grand Theft Auto V (GTA5.exe)


    AC4BFSP.exe 0xc000007b Application Error

    This is a very common error that sometimes occurs when trying to run some DirectX games or applications. According to numerous articles all across the internet, it occurs when a 32-bit application is trying to interact with 64-bit system environment. Although Windows XP may sometimes returns a similar error, it most commonly happens in Windows 7 64-bit. There are many solutions to this problem, but none of them is 100% effective. Yet, there are couple of tricks that will solve this trouble in the highest number of cases.

    Before trying more complicated methods, there are few simple ways which may help solving 0xc000007b or any other similar error. These are:


    Reinstall the application

    Uninstall the application which gives you an error and install it again. During installation, pay attention to these:
    1. Turn off your antivirus software before starting the installation.
    2. Accept any additional software offered during installation process, since it may be crucial for running your application properly. You can skip things such as search bars, antivirus scanners, registry cleaners and the other software which isn’t directly related to the application.
    3. Install an application to the system partition (C:). Although this shouldn’t matter, it’s been proven that some apps may return an error if installed on a logical partition.


    Run application as administrator

    Right click on your application and choose “Run as administrator”. This will give additional privileges to the application and sometimes may help fixing some errors. If this method eliminates the error, you can set your application to always run with an administrator privileges. To do this, choose Properties from right-click menu, select Compatibility tab and check “Run this program as an administrator” option.


    Run application in Windows XP compatibility mode

    Try running your program in compatibility mode for Windows XP. Although this feature is for programs that were originally designed for Windows XP, it is known that it can also help repairing errors caused by a newer software. Right click on your application and choose Properties from a right-click menu, go to Compatibility tab and select compatibility mode for Windows XP.


    Check hard disk for errors

    Application errors and problems may also be repaired by performing disk error checking. Simply right-click on the drive where your application is installed and choose Properties. Select Tools tab and click on Check now button. If it is your primary partition that you are trying to check for errors, it will schedule a disc check for the next system reboot. In that case, restart your PC and wait for a disk check procedure to finish.


    If your error is still happening, the problem may require a little bit more attention to be solved. Proceed to the next page to see Method 1

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