Simply doesn't work, please help!
Posted 13 October 2008 - 09:21 AM
I have been trying to install Eseries for going on four hours now.
I have tried with *no* other mods except detectable because its required.
I completely re-installed SoA and ToB (seven times).
When I start a new game... no new AI scripts...
Please someone help, i'm at my wits end here.
I can install every other mod under the sun but eseries just does not want to work.
Also, it is the first mod that will actually automatically install every thing on my weidu list over again, it just re-installs everything whenever I perform any action. Uninstall will uninstall eseries and re-install all other mods. Install will install eseries and re-install all other mods. Doing nothing will just re-install all other mods.
Im really sorry if this sounds disrespectful but I am just a little frustrated right now.
For the record all I want is...
Thanks in advance for everyones help...
Posted 13 October 2008 - 02:16 PM
I've used e-series before (in fact it is installed right now) without any problems. Well, I've had stuttering but that's on an old and slow pc.
After you install it, please confirm that you have the 'e' scripts in the scripts directory. That is ethief.bs emage.bs etc...
If not then there is a problem somewhere within the installation process. Have you checked to make sure you are using the most recent version available?
You may have them and overlooked them. The script list sorts in alphabetical order within the game. Custom (Default) is always after any scripts with descriptions. Eseries scripts contain descriptions so they will be somewhere before it.
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Posted 14 October 2008 - 05:25 PM
Try starting from a clean backup. Uninstall the game. Delete the entire folder in your directory. It will be something like BGII - SoA. Then go install the game and your mods.
If this doesn't work, look for a file called setup-eseries.bat. Delete it. Reinstall the mod.
BTW: I'd seriously recommend using some kind of fixpack.
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