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K0br4

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#1 14 years ago

Anyone else run into this problem. Whenever I exit SOFII, it loses all the settings, key binds, screen resolution etc. I've tired to re-install and repatch already. Any other thoughts? Thanks all!!!




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#2 14 years ago

Hey, my friend used to have this problem, and it sucks big time!

You re-installed right? That's all I can think of, but when you un-install, make sure all sof2 folders, file, and all that are completely deleted. Once you know that your computer is clear of anything to do with SOF2, then install it. I think that will work. :smokin:




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#3 14 years ago

ok .....any cfg's you are using should be backed up in the other folders...just as a precaution.. your high jump cfg, your exec.cfg your sof2mp.cfg...place them in the base and Mp folder, in adition to what ever mod folder you are using. this could be the issue, if you have multiple mod folders, it is reading one and forcing it to the others.




JB2k_3

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#4 14 years ago

I can help with keeping the binds, keys etc...quite simple really, in your SOFII/base/mp folder you will have your original config titled 'sof2mp', copy this file and stroe it somewhere safe outside of ure SOFII folder...now take the original file in the mp folder and open with word or notepad or whichever program u use, simply put ure binds in there and ure key settings etc and as long as you keep the file named sof2mp it will load it up as the deault config keeping all the settings you altered. however like i said b4, make sure you have the original safe somewhere outside the SOFII folder in case something gets changed and u dont know what.

this should help (and sorry if it dont make much sense, quite tired...:s)

JB




JB2k_3

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#5 14 years ago

oh and to add on, like Merrick said, make sure you have the new config copied in al the other mod folders you have .ie. osp, goldrush, ics etc.... this helps..




K0br4

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#6 14 years ago

Thanks for all the great replies guys!!!




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#7 14 years ago

I think everyone has given some portions of the answer here, but the solution to this problem is this: Your sof2mp.cfg must be the same in your base/ mp folder as ALL other mod folders, at all times. When the game first loads, it will read the sof2mp.cfg in your base/ mp folder first. Then, as you enter the game, (in a ROCmod server for instance), the sof2mp.cfg from that particular mod will load. This is when the sof2mp.cfg from your base/mp folder has a small chance of overwriting the sof2mp.cfg in the particular mod folder you are loading at that moment. Do this, and you will never lose your binds and settings again: When you change any setting in any mod, remember to copy that particular sof2mp.cfg to all other mod folders on your machine, especially the base/mp folder!