Okay, I haven't played BC in quite a while and decided to load it back up and have some fun. However there are alot more mods out there then were available way back when. I was wondering what the best order to install everything is? 1. BC 2. BC Patch 1.1 then QBR 2.2 BCMI 1 BCMP 4.4 MVAM 2 NanoFX 2.o Beta NanoFX Configuration Panel (Reg or Ultra?) Core Ejection Mod ATP (Can only find version 1?) GFT NanoFX2 Fix Launching Framework Anyone have a fool proof order that keeps everything working? Thanks, Fred
Moved to help forum. ATP 1 doesn't work with NanoFX2b, so its one or the other at the moment. The NFX config panel really depends on your system specs. I use the Ultra version on mine (Athlon 2300, 512Mb RAM, Radeon 9700Pro128) The GFT NanoFX2 fix ovewrites core foundation files, use at your own risk. You will have to install NFX2b after QBR if you want to keep the Control Panel. Core Eject should be installed before MVAM 2/Infinite Don't install the old launching framework, it doesn't work properly, a new version is coming out soon. You will need the .net framework from microsoft to run BCMI.net.
Sorry bout the forum, didn't even notive the HELP one. Thanks for the info.
thanx for the info
what is ATP and NanoFX2b
that way I can decide which I need
so this is the order
BC BC Patch 1.1 QBR 2.2 NFX 2b or ATP 1 BCMI 1 BCMP 4.4 Core Eject MVAM/INFINITE NFX config panel (ultra or standard) NFX 2 fix
do I still install the last two if I use ATP 1
and which .net framework do I need
there are like 10 versions
Can this be sticky? Im still trying to fix my install.
There is only one version of the .net framework AFAIK. Use windows update, it should be listed as one of the downloads.
I'm not sticking this, people need to learn to use the forum search as the .net question has been answered by myself at least twice and by others.
How about this install?
BC 1.0>BC1.1>Dark Gunman's Inprovement Pack>Unofficial BC patch 1.3>Enemies of Life Deluxe>MVAM Infinite>ATP 1>Dasher42's Acceleration Intercept>Warp Intercept>QBautostart (current)>QBR2.2>Engineering Extension 0.6>Fleet orders>enemy orders>neutral orders>Marines (current).
Seems ok, but still CTDing when I advance to new missions.
QBAutostart supercedes the Engineering Extension, so you only need to install that. If you install the Engineering Extension after QBAutostart, then you are installing an older version.