Need Help With “Error 157” In GameGuard When Playing 9Dragons

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I have Windows 10 and a week ago I installed an online game called “9Dragons”. It was fine at first but few days ago I started receiving Error 157 whenever I try to start the game. The error appears in random. When I installed “9Dragons” I made sure it is compatible with my computer. Any help how to fix this error is appreciated.

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Need Help With “Error 157” In GameGuard When Playing 9Dragons

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Error “157” in GameGuard usually appears when playing “9Dragons” on Microsoft Windows 10. The error indicates that the tool or GameGuard may still be running. If you previously closed the game and you opened it again then that’s probably what caused it. GameGuard might still be running and hasn’t completely closed yet.

9Dragons 3D MMORPG
9Dragons 3D MMORPG

In this case, exit 9Dragons then wait for about one to two minutes (1 – 2) before starting the game again. If this doesn’t work, restart the computer then run the game again. This should fix the problem.

The game “9Dragons” is a free to play 3D MMORPG with fluid martial arts combat, intense PvP, and lush environments developed by JoongWon Games published by RedFox Games released on February 14, 2017. It supports Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10.

It requires 1 GHz Intel Pentium 3 or faster processor, 2 GB RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 2MX or better, Microsoft DirectX 9.0c, 5 GB free space, and broadband internet connection.

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