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How to fix Error Code 2002-4517?

Published on April 9th, 2022

Error code 2002-4517 is a run-time error that can occur when a program tries to read or write data to a file that is not open. This can happen if the program is not able to find the file, if the file is corrupt, or if the file is open in another program.

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1. Check the game's system requirements to make sure your computer meets the minimum requirements

  1. Open the game's properties.
  2. On the "Properties" tab, click the "Settings" button.
  3. On the "Settings" tab, under the "System" heading, click the "About" button.
  4. On the "About" window, under the "System Information" heading, click the "Details" button.
  5. On the "Details" window, under the "System Requirements" heading, click the "Minimum" button.
  6. On the "Minimum System Requirements" window, under the "Processor" heading, click the "Check" button.
  7. On the "Check Processor" window, the computer's processor type and speed should be listed. If the computer doesn't meet the processor requirements, the "Minimum Processor Requirements Must Be Met" error code will appear and the game will not run.
  8. If the processor requirements are not met, the "Minimum Processor Requirements Must Be Met" error code will appear and the game will not run.
  9. If the processor requirements are met, the "Processor" window will list the processor type and speed. If the computer does not have the required processor type or speed, the game will not run.
  10. If the processor requirements are met, the "Processor" window will list the processor type and speed. If the computer does not have the required processor type or speed, the game will not run.

2. Update your video and sound drivers

  1. Start by opening the Windows Control Panel.
  2. Click on the Hardware and Sound option.
  3. Click on the Driver tab.
  4. Click on the Update Driver button.
  5. Browse to the location of the updated driver files and click on the OK button.
  6. Restart your computer if prompted to do so.

3. Verify that the game files are intact and not corrupt

  1. Run the game using the original DVD or disc.
  2. If the game crashes during launch or during gameplay, try running the game in compatibility mode. For Windows Vista or Windows 7: a. Click the Start button. b. In the search bar, type " compatability mode." c. Click the result that appears, and then click Turn On Compatibility Mode. d. Click the Start button. e. In the search bar, type " steam." f. In the results pane, right-click the Steam game, and then click Properties. g. On the Compatibility tab, click the Check box next to " Run in compatibility mode for:." For Windows XP: a. Click the Start button. b. In the search bar, type " compatability mode." c. Click the result that appears, and then click Turn On Compatibility Mode. d. Click the Start button. e. In the search bar, type " steam." f. In the results pane, right-click the Steam game, and then click Properties. g. On the Compatibility tab, click the Check box next to " Run in compatibility mode for: Windows XP."
  3. If the game crashes during launch or during gameplay, try reinstalling the game.
  4. If the game still crashes, try repairing the game.
  5. If the game still crashes, try reinstalling the game using the latest drivers for your graphics card.
  6. If the game still crashes, try reinstalling the game using the original DVD or disc.

4. Reinstall the game

  1. Open the game's installation folder (usually C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Frontier\PLAYER\DATA).
  2. Delete the Frontier.exe, Data1.db, and Data2.db files.
  3. Copy the Frontier.exe and Data1.db files to the game's installation folder.
  4. Copy the Data2.db file to the game's installation folder.
  5. Launch the game by using the Frontier.exe file.
  6. If the game crashes after launching, copy the crash dump file (usually C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Frontier\PLAYER\CRASH-DUMP) to the game's installation folder.

5. Contact the game's developer or publisher for further assistance

  1. Open the Xbox 360 console and navigate to "Settings"
  2. Select "System"
  3. Select "Advanced"
  4. Select "System Info"
  5. Under "System Information" on the left, select "Console Information"
  6. Under "Console Information" on the right, select "Problem Reports"
  7. Select "2002-4517" from the list of problems and click "Submit"
  8. You will be taken to a page where you can provide more information about the error. In the "Subject" field, type "Contact Xbox 360 Console Support" and in the "Message" field, type your question or issue.