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#1 11 years ago

Any help?




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#2 11 years ago
Ranthus;5167983Any help?

Looks like your missing a component related to NanoFX. Reinstall this mod, if you don't have it already.

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NanoFX, Bridge Commander Downloads, Bridge Commander 3rd party Scripting




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#3 11 years ago

Thanks, I actually tried reinstalling it. I'm horrible at installing mods...




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#4 11 years ago

Well, it worked fine until I installed KM and the Stargate Ship Pack(3.0)




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#5 11 years ago
Ranthus;5168959Thanks, I actually tried reinstalling it. I'm horrible at installing mods...

It's a fine art I know.

The trick is to install one mod at a time. Once your have prepped your base install with BCUT.

It's best to install KM in a prepped "Unmodded" Clean install. Then start the game up to the Main Menu. Once that is done? You can add on other things.. Example:

1.) Make a back up of your Scripts folder. 2.) Install Stargate Ship Pack 3.0 into the main BC Directory. If asked to overwrite a file always select "YES". 3.) Start up the install up to Quickbattle. 4.) Exit the game back to Desktop.

If all went well, you can add other modifications. Just remember "One at a Time". Starting your install after each installation.This may be tedious. But doing it this way, you can easily spot what crashed your game.

And making a back up of your scripts folder will be useful. Because you can now delete the one in the main directory,(If you got a BSOD). Make sure you have deleted it completely along with the options.cfg file from the modded install (the install will generate a new one). Then install the back up scripts folder.

Hope that helps, BR32