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Choose any team at start of career

Discussion in 'F1 2011 Mods' started by Nick Deeley, Feb 6, 2012.

  1. Nick Deeley

    Nick Deeley

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    I know this mod is about somewhere..but any links I found point to the old download page, and so dont work anymore.

    Does anyone have it hosted anywhere else please?
     
  2. Sun

    Sun

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    There is an old one but the AI gets messed up!
     
  3. Nick Deeley

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    I saw one where it was updated to not screw the AI up...but I cant find it now. It was linked to the old RD downloads though.
     
  4. Mick-S

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  5. Nick Deeley

    Nick Deeley

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    Thanks. Tried the top 3 teams one. Works fine, AI isn't messed up, however, due to the change of the database file, it wont save. If I overwrite the database with the original, I keep the team I chose, but the AI is messed up. In my instance, with Renault and Mercedes getting swapped with Lotus and Virgin in terms of positions on track.

    Is there a savefile fix? Or does the modmate al teams mod work fine?
     
  6. Mr Pibb

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    The change in database causing the no-save deal is easily fixed: You need to install the original (pre patch) flow.bin file in your ..\Codemasters\F1 2011\system folder. The one you have is probably patch 1.2.

    Here's a link to the original one: http://www.mediafire.com/?m2468a8q5b87ono

    Copy it to your ..\Codemasters\F1 2011\system folder and rename it to flow.bin

    Backup your old one first.
     
  7. Nick Deeley

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    Ah, brilliant. Thanks :)
     
  8. Zyklon

    Zyklon

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    Replacing the flow.bin back with the original: Doesn't that defeat the purpose of patch 1.2 or cause any other issues?