Corrupted Curse Client Installation

If you are unable to start Curse Client v5, and have been able to in the past, it may be due to a corrupt Microsoft ClickOnce app store. This is essentially the location on your hard drive where Windows caches per-user applications, such as Curse Client v5.

How to Fix a Corrupt Curse Client Install

  1. From the Windows Start menu > Accessories choose Run (Or Windows Key + R)


    You can also type in "Run" into the search on the Start menu to pull up the Run option.

  2. Enter the following, depending on your version of Windows, then click the OK button:

    On Windows XP: %userprofile%\Local Settings\Apps 
    (e.g. C:\Documents & Settings\Username\Local Settings\Apps)

    On Windows VISTA / 7: %userprofile%\AppData\Local\Apps 
    (e.g. C:\users\Username\AppData\Local\Apps)

    On Windows 8: %appdata%\Local\Apps
    (e.g. C:\users\Username\AppData\Local\Apps)

    On Windows 10: %userprofile%\AppData\Local\Apps 
    (e.g. C:\users\Username\AppData\Local\Apps)

  3. run-app.png
  4. Delete the 2.0 folder
  5. Run or Install Curse Client v5

Note: You may want to also clear out your computers Temporary  files as well.  You can use a program such as CCleaner to help you with the. 

How to fix a corrupt ASP.NET Install

  1. From the Windows Start menu, choose Computer
  2. In the finder textbox, enter the following:

    WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files


  3. Delete any files called "curse"
  4. Then run or install the Curse Client
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