fatal error address = 0x0 (filename not found) borderlands 2

It’s been a while since I’ve done the Fatal Error address in Borderlands 2. There’s a reason for that.

Yeah, I was just looking for the place where “borderlands 2” comes up. It’s not there.

Its a pretty simple mistake, but it is one that gets made all the time. In Borderlands 2, when you’re playing the game, you can save anywhere, including your own desktop computer, and if you save to your desktop you can reload it, even if you just changed something. Ive done this several times and this is still true. So, when you try to save your game to your desktop and it doesn’t work, you have to go back to your desktop.

It really annoys me. I don’t know why, but I always just get the “file not found” error when I try to reload.

In Borderlands 2, when you’re playing the game, you can save anywhere, including your own desktop computer, and if you save to your desktop you can reload it even if you just changed something. Ive done this several times and this is still true. So, when you try to save your game to your desktop and it doesnt work you have to go back to your desktop. It really annoys me.

The problem is not in the saving itself, it happens when you try to reload the game.

When you load in the game you will find that you have a file that doesnt exist. That file is called file.bz2 and its a compressed archive file. In order to save your game to it, you need to have a.bz2 file that is also in the same folder as your game.

If you have.bz2 file on your computer you can just extract it by right clicking on it and selecting “Save As…”, then just name it “file.bz” and it should work.

I would have to say that this is the most irritating error I have ever encountered, and one that happens to me about every 5 minutes or so. I don’t know why this happens, but it does. It’s annoying because it forces me to go look for my file, which I don’t need anymore anyway.

I believe you should extract this file so you can use it in your game. If I were to do that, I would go in and rename it to.bz2, which I would then delete. I would keep the.bz file around, and I would also move the.bz2 file into the same folder as the game. This way you can just copy the.bz file over to your game folder and rename the.bz2 file to.bz.