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Edited by BNGHelp6: 4/15/2019 7:36:55 PM
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Hi there. Appreciate your report. If running the Scan and Repair didn't work, delete the following local cache/settings directories: [quote] [quote][b]– %APPDATA%\Bungie\DestinyPC[/b][/quote] [i]More information[/i]: [spoiler][b]*WARNING* Deleting these will cause you to lose persisted settings, such as logged in users, keybinds and graphics settings in Destiny, etc.[/b] [i]The directory names above are actual paths that can be used in Windows Explorer. For example, if you enter "%PROGRAMDATA%" in the Windows Explorer address bar, it will automatically take you to C:\ProgramData (default), which is a hidden directory.[/i][/spoiler][/quote]
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  • Edited by bonslytoss: 4/15/2019 8:11:47 PM
    I deleted the folder named Cache, and can't find a folder or file named Settings or Cache/Settings. The same message popped up at the same time, right before character select screen. Am I supposed to delete the entire explorer results? Or do a full reinstall?

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  • Yes, you should remove everything in the folder, then exit the folder and play Destiny 2 to see if you still have issues. If you do, I recommend a full reinstall.

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