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#1 8 years ago

Hi guys I am new here and new to modding in general.

I just have a few quick questions:

Firstly I am running TOV by itself no other versions of COH have been installed.

I am running version 2.601.0 on Vista 32bit

Firstly I thought I would download the RC_Realism mod and a few maps I managed to follow the instructions in regards to the maps and installed them without problem and am able to run them in multiplayer perfectly fine.

The RC_Realism mod though will not work I have dl the RC_Realism (v2.2.5) mod version. After following instructions - I copied the RelicCOH application in the COH folder and created it as a shortcut and tried to copy the following into the target:

"C:Program FilesTHQCompany of HeroesRelicCOH.exe" -mod RC_Realism -dev

After clicking apply or ok it just says

The name "C:Program FilesTHQCompany of HeroesRelicCOH.exe" specified in the target box is not valid. Make sure the path and file name are correct.

What am I doing wrong here I have read that my patch version may be causing problems and only older patches will work with mods am totally unsure please help!

I did not buy TOV from steam btw.




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#2 8 years ago

Can you specify what you mean by "running ToV by itself"? As the mod's readme states, this is for vanilla CoH only, meaning only the original game without expansions.




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#3 8 years ago

I bought and installed TOV by itself I don't have any other versions installed TOV is the first version of COH I purchased and have installed I thought after buying that I would need the original game to play but this one lets me play everything just fine also multiplayer is just fine




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#4 8 years ago

The readme states that the RC Realism mod is for the original game only. Neither ToV nor OF are supported and may well lead to crashes as well.