Thanks for the reply.
It is possible that some files got overlooked, we had this problem once before.
Try this, see if it helps. (I realize the installation process is long, sorry)
1) Uninstall Tribes if it isn't already
2) When it is done, go to C:\ProgramData and delete the Hi-Rez Studios folder
3) Go to C:\ProgramData\Aeria Games and delete the "Data" folder
4) In the same directory, go in to the Downloads folder and delete the folder called "ta"
5) Reinstall Tribes via Ignite
This should clear it up for you. If not, please send me a screen shot
Well, some new evidence has come to light that suggests that this isn't quite it...
You see, recently my computer has been giving me some of these weird error messages about corrupt files and things of that such. Aeria Ignite was one of such programs. This problem also hinders me from downloading anything new, so i'm kinda glad I didn't take any actual action from uninstalling (though I may have to do that anyways). The messages (and when I boot up the computer) tell me to do a disk check, and I know how to do so. As for the booting up telling me to do so, I have gotten this message once before and I think that a simple Defrag fixed that so maybe thats the problem. I know this isn't all about Areia Ignite (or games for that matter) but it has some relation. Any other advice or other things besides what's mentioned that you think I need to know?