Error 72 - Fail to Initialize Gamemon
Error 72 : Fail to Initialize Gamemon
Possible Fix #1
1.) Grand Chase uses nProtect GameMon as the game's anti hacking system, so it's required to have nProtect GameGuard running during game play. By reading certain posts, it seems like certain files are being blocked. I suggest turning off your Firewall and Anti-Virus Protector (AVP) so there won't be any installation or download interference. Then, try playing the game again.
Possible Fix #2
1.) Grand Chase uses nProtect GameMon as the game's anti hacking system, so it's required to have nProtect GameGuard running during game play. I suggest turning off your Firewall and Anti-Virus Protector (AVP) so there won't be any installation or download interference for the next procedure.
2.) Go to your Ntreev\Grand Chase directory and locate the GameGuard.des file. Either move the file to a different directory or rename the file. Then locate your GameGuard Folder. Either move the folder to a different directory or rename the folder.
3.) Double Click your GrandChase.exe file. The splash will compare your files to see if there are anything missing. When Grand Chase locates your missing GameGuard.des file and missing Grand Chase folder, it should auto-install the missing files and update them, possibly fixing the problem.
During the launcher's routine file check, it'll notice that the GameMon file is missing. The auto-patch should replace a new and updated GameMon.des file. Also, while the Firewall and AVP is off, the file for Gamemon shouldn't be interfered.
Possible Fix #3
1.) Use any Anti-Virus Protector (AVP) to scan your computer. If you do not have an AVP, you can download and install one for free at Avast.com
. A scanner may be able to find hidden or 'fake' AVPs such as 'ThreatFire' in your computer. After deleting and cleaning your computer, run the launcher.
2.) If the problem persists, turn off your AVP after scanning and try one last time.