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#1 11 years ago

if you didnt know, there is a mod by supersquall which allows you to basically warp yourself to the ebon hawk right before you board it. this mod gives you some robes, credits, 2lightsabers and other weapons, however many people have had a very bad experiences with this mod, and i am one of its latest victims. what exactly happens is after you board the ebon hawk and play the turrent minigame, and kill all the sith troopers, the next scene starts where you fly out of the hanger, and get chased down by the republic ship, after that the game autosaves and loads the next scene and.... crashes... now i have already deleted the mods files from my override folder however the same crash still happens, one thing i noticed though was that the items that were part of the mod were still in the game, which shouldnt heppen since the files were already deleted right? does anyone else have any experiance with this mod good, or bad? has anyone came up with their own skipping mod or a program to remove mods? this specific mod did not come with a TSLpatcher either, any help will be appreciated




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#2 11 years ago

Did you start a new game and the items are still there or are you using the same save file you used with the skip mod?




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#3 11 years ago
GHOZT;5168083now i have already deleted the mods files from my override folder however the same crash still happens, one thing i noticed though was that the items that were part of the mod were still in the game, which shouldnt heppen since the files were already deleted right?

I'm assuming you are referring to the same savegame, rather than a new game. The savegames you've used the mods in are affected by your modifications, whether you've removed them or not. This also means the specific savegame can crash if it misses items. I would suggest starting a new game, should you have used the same savegame. I'd also suggest you download the KOTOR Mod Manager for any future installs of modifications. Assuming you haven't used the KOTOR Mod Manager, I'll explain what you should do.

First, download the KOTOR Mod Manager here. After downloading, you should be able to access the .zip/.rar. Open it up with WinRAR or any other archiving programs and you should be able to see several files in there (ie. KMM.exe). Create a new folder on your desktop (or any other prefered location, beside the game directory) and move the files within the archive into the new folder. Now, open the KMM.exe and a tab will open, asking you for preferences/settings. There are four things you have to fill in/change (if I remember correctly).

Go to a prefered location (ie. your main partition) and create a folder called 'kotor 1 mods' and enter the path into the preferences tab within the KMM. Make sure you enter the correct path value of the game directory/installation. Once done, you can start adding files. If you wonder how, let me explain. There are several buttons on the main screen, being 'add mod', 'remove mod', etc. Choose the appropriate modifications and add them, following by an installation.

Download a modification and you should have the .zip/.rar. Extract the files within the download into a new folder that contains the name of the modification. Move that modification folder into the 'kotor 1 mods' in my example (main partition). Then you should be able to select the mods in the main screen and install 'em.

Hope that helps.


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#4 11 years ago

i ment that i started a new game and the crash still takes place in the same sequence of events.. at anyrate i had uninstalled and reinstalled the whole game along with mods i had before with the exception of a few that i beileve contributed to the crash. at anyrate thanks for the KOTOR Mod Manager ill use this in the future, but i think ill stay away from any warp mods, or atleast judge how well it works by reading some of the coments left by its users next time.. one other thing which is a little off topic but when ever i use a cheat like setting skill points or experiance, then leveling up with the experiance i gain or spawn an item, after doing so, whenever i engage in combat, ive notice that the enemies i run into have a DC set very high, to the point where most of the hits i should be getting end up "missing" also because of the high DC certain force powers have no effect on them.. this is more apparent to the peragus level than any other stage. i just wanted to figure out how the games mechanics work out like if you use a cheat, any cheat whatsoever, the game triggers its dificulty to hard or slightly above it because of "a" cheat being used...:Puzzled: sorry if this is a little off topic




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#5 11 years ago

No problem. :) And yes, the use of cheats could cause... odd things. I suggest you lookup the effects of each cheat you're using.


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