|Processor||11th Gen Intel(R) Core™ i7-11800H @ 2.30GHz 2.30 GHz|
|Installed RAM||16.0 GB (15.8 GB usable)|
|System type||64-bit operating system, x64-based processor|
|Pen and touch||No pen or touch input is available for this display|
|Edition||Windows 11 Home|
|Experience||Windows Feature Experience Pack 1000.22644.1000.0|
The above were copied from the settings application.
I updated ROBLOX studio, and tried to open ROBLOX player where it auto-updated. Shortly thereafter, it displayed an error message that the file was corrupted.
I fully deleted ROBLOX (Studio, Local information under AppData, all ROBLOX players under file explorer). I then used the windows settings to uninstall ROBLOX (it still had something downloaded somewhere that opened up).
I tried reinstalling ROBLOX through the website where it downloaded fine, with no errors.
However, upon attempting to open the application (through the browser and file explorer), the application opened up saying “Starting Roblox”, for 2 or so seconds, before a separate window opened that said “configuring ROBLOX” and then switched to “Installing ROBLOX” (the install bar finished in half a second). After that the “Installing ROBLOX” window closed, showing the original window still displaying the message: “Starting ROBLOX”. It closed seconds after and did not open up the actual game/usual display.
This may not help very much, but I found a half work-around (allows the display with games and all that to open, but not the actual game).
Turned off Wifi.
Opened ROBLOX player through files;
After loading a few seconds, turned on Wifi;
Clicked Retry on the notification about lacking internet;
The display appears;
Attempted to join game;
Given error message about ROBLOX needing to update;
ROBLOX Player does the same thing as in original video.
Log/dump files were attached to the internal ticket by a Roblox Staff (@Focia19), due to the sensitive information they may contain, will not be shared publicly!