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Whenever I search something like prices or monsters, SwiftKit crashes without warning.

This problem occurs because some DNS junk gets backlogged. This can easily be fixed by doing this:

1. Go to Start
2. Click Run (Ctrl + r)
3. Type in ipconfig /flushdns

4. Restart SwiftKit

SwiftKit should no longer recieve that error. 

IF for some reason that doesn't work, try this method.

1. Make sure that you are the Administrator of your computer.
2. Go to Start than Accessories and right-click Command prompt and select Run as Administrator
3. Enter in ipconfig /flushdns 

4. Restart SwiftKit



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Clemmy posted...

Works great.. Thanks!

linedblood posted...

I don't get the part where it says click start, then run. Where is run?

Adipsycho posted...

i get this error when i try to open swiftkit, just after it tells me to restart when its finished downloading/updating please help!. "9 subscript out of range"

Greatdrift posted...

I tried both ways but it still says "Error 9: Subscript out of range"

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