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Help installing Tracks!!

Discussion in 'Richard Burns Rally' started by chkrdflg, Dec 19, 2009.

  1. chkrdflg

    chkrdflg

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    Okay, I must be missing something. How and where do you install tracks in RBR? I installed into the RBR main folder...

    Plugins folder
    RX_Content folder
    d3dx9_35.dll file

    from the BTB demo.

    I downloaded 2 different Pikes Peak tracks from here. One extracts as PikesPeak122 which contains..4 folders and a bunch of .ini files.

    The other extracts as PP122 folder which contains...an.xml file and an XPacks folder.

    Which of these downloads should I use? Where do they get placed in the game folder? I have tried putting these in different folders within the main RBR folder but they never show up in the game. The rbr_rx plugin shows up, but no tracks.

    I guess I need step by step instructions please. I am using regular RBR with the 1.02 patch not RSRBR_2009 or RSRBR_2010.

    Thank you for any help you can provide!!
     
  2. Warren Dawes

    Warren Dawes

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    Have you checked this thread, maybe it helps:

    http://forum.racedepartment.com/richard-burns-rally/23372-add-on-tracks-rsrbr-2009-a.html

    I have only run BTB tracks from RSRBR09, but I think it should be possible with the default RBR. I'd also suggest downloading the file from RD Downloads, it should be the latest one:

    http://forum.racedepartment.com/downloads/rbr-tracks/56/pikes-peak-climb-v1-22-btb-project-935/

    Hope this is of some help.

    EDIT:
    On second thoughts, maybe not. I just downloaded the file from RD Downloads and it is very confusing and includes no instructions.
    Maybe you do need RSRBR09 or RSRBR2010 to run them???

    Have a look here, and you can also download the tracks from there, with instructions to help the installation.

    http://forum.rallyesim.fr/viewforum.php?f=328