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#1 Guest_Omer_*

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 10:27 AM

It's weird, I'm usually good with computers, but I can't seem to understand this one.
I have downloaded the files nesseccery, and unpacked them in BG2 folder.
Then I took a WeiDu file (some tweak-pack), and renamed it to setup-#!yoshi.
Tried unpacking and it gives me the cmd window, saying a debug file is queried.
What am I doing wrong?

I'm running Vista by the way.
I'll appriciate any help!

#2 Jarno Mikkola

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 12:58 PM

It's weird, I'm usually good with computers, but I can't seem to understand this one.
I have downloaded the files nesseccery, and unpacked them in BG2 folder.
Then I took a WeiDu file (some tweak-pack), and renamed it to setup-#!yoshi.
Tried unpacking and it gives me the cmd window, saying a debug file is queried.
What am I doing wrong?

I'm running Vista by the way.
I'll appriciate any help!

Did you have the file extensions on (not hidden) ?
It might be that the WeiDU.exe that the setup-BG2tweak.exe is(if it's that) can hang on the auto-update ritual it does automatically to make all the setup-*modname*.exe's to be of the same version... the easiest way to actually by pass the whole thing is to just cut all the setup-*modname*.exe's to another directory and then just use the latest versions of the WeiDU.exe that you get from the download "Windows Binary" archive from here, and then just use that by renaming it be the setup-*modname*.exe's one at a time and running them. Usually though the auto-update process should go fine, if you don't install the game to the Program Files folders, and disable the UAC & PCU... the answer #2 here explains why and how, if you wish to know.
Yes... I am probably still editing the post above.
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