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Radera

The Awoken

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16th July 2003

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#1 14 years ago

does anyone know how i can get rid of a patch i have downloaded?




the_man_slayer

HaloPC player&[FAE]clanleader

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14th December 2003

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#2 14 years ago

Well the only sure way to get rid of the patch for jk2 is to uninstall the game because if you just delet the pk3 files of the patch then your game gets messed up. But you best bet would be to just uninstall then reninstall jk2 then it should be fine with no patch, hope that helped.-The_Man_Slayer




TrentAbru

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#3 14 years ago

Once you have modified JKO with a patch you have downloaded, you cannot uninstall the patch and reverse what you have done- you have to ubinstall and reinstall again from scratch.

Before you do all of this remove and save elsewhere any custom files you have downloaded--search thro' your base folder.

You will have to go to the JKO's own uninstaller wizard (it is there as an option when you start up JKO if do this by going to "start Programs") or go to the Windows Control Panel and go to the Add/Remove programs option. double click on this and you wil be taken to a list of programs you have on the computer. Uninstall JKO from here.

You may get a message saying that it was not possible to remove all components and will have to remove the remainder by hand. Do this the following way:- go to the "Programs" folder in Windows and delete the remaining "Star Wars JK II Outcast" folder from the "Lucas Arts" Folder.

Now you should be able to do a fresh reinstall of JKO using , of course, your original disc. Bear in mind then if there are any particular patches you liked, you will have to go back and remodify the program again and of course, not to further modify with any patch which has caused you problems. Good Luck!




snoopDogG

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#4 14 years ago

Yeah i would just uninstall it also.