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thecheeks

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#1 14 years ago

alright, would it be possible to somehow has a Pure and Unpure version installed? this way i can play in any server. i was thinking a script to load the pure and unpure, but im thinking a script doin this might be punk busted...any ideas?




Bob99b

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#2 14 years ago

Install them into different directorys? I dunno...




Fezarella

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#3 14 years ago

Yes install the to diffrent dirs




Sovetskeey

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#4 14 years ago

If a server is running pure, it won't load any mods/skins in your /Main/ folder and if it's unpure, it will load those mods/skins. You don't need 2 different installs for it. They've fixed that since 1.1.




thecheeks

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#5 14 years ago

well cause i installed the Fusion Pack for cod and nice skins and sounds, but i tried several server and it wouldnt let me join, somin' about a pk3 file error. BUT keep in mind i was playin in a server with this Fusion Pack before...




Sovetskeey

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#6 14 years ago

If you play on an unpure server and then join a pure one, it will give you the "Invalid .pk3 files referenced" error. In SoF2, it used to keep the skins from playing on an unpure server when you played a pure one. CoD made sure that feature was removed. If you get "Pak mismatch error", you should delete all the custom PK3 files in your /Main directory and start going through one by one to see which one was causing it. I'm not too sure what causes it, however (I'm probably sure it's been listed somewhere, but I havn't the faintest will to look for it).