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Also I found this directory although it has been removed in the x64 folder.

But I still can’t find any of the win32 folder.
Can someone help me with this?
Thank you!


You should have started from here… :

Basically, the link you linked to is pointing to the wrong folder.
You are looking for the folder:
For the 64-bit version, that folder might look like this:
You can simply use RoboCopy to copy that folder to the default installation path, and then re-install the game.
Note: If you haven’t moved to a new version of the game, the link to the 64-bit folder is here :


Caused by: java.lang.NumberFormatException: Invalid int: “”

I have try to write a simple application where we can add and subtract numbers. I have two textView to show the result.
The application runs normally but when I click the “+” icon on the keyboard, the application crashes with this error

Caused by: java.lang.NumberFormatException: Invalid int: “”

This is my code:
package com.test;
import android.os.Bundle;
import android.view.Menu;
import android.view.MenuItem;
import android.view.View;
import android.widget.Button;
import android.widget.EditText;
import android.widget.TextView;

3DM is a professional producer and distributor of Action games in the world market. It is the only international developer that licenses the international expansion.

Its home office is in Munich, Germany, and it has over 5000 employees worldwide. More than 1000 games are released under license every year.

In German, the name 3DMGAME, the logo 3DM and the filmstrip are commonly used within the German gaming community.

3DM is also an official partner of EA Sports in Germany.

3DM is a worldwide independent developer of action video games (such as FIFA, 3DM Games, Full Spectrum Warrior etc.).

In 1995, three of the founders of 3DM (Franz Hirtl, Bernd Forstenrieder and Günther Lorenz) successfully sold their first game concept “Robo-Room” to Bertelsmann Elektronik (BETE). At the time, the legendary computer game developer, MicroProse, was already publishing a videogame for the Windows 3.1 called Man vs. Wild.

In August 1996, 3DM held a test version of FIFA for the first time at the annual Global Game Jam in Essen, Germany. Since this, 3DM Games has published almost one hundred video games to international markets including Europe, North America, South America, Africa, Asia and the CIS.

In 2001, 3DM became the only international developer that grants worldwide licensing.

The partnership between 3DM and EA Sports (EA3DM) was announced in March 2001 and officially launched in April 2002 with the official release of FIFA 2002 on all platforms (Windows, Mac and even PlayStation).

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Released in September 2014 on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PC and Wii U, FIFA 14 got updated visuals, power ups, and so on.


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