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rFactor doesn't launch after installing Enduracers Endurance Series mod

Discussion in 'rFactor' started by Luis Maximino, Oct 15, 2015.

  1. Yesterday I bought rFactor (Steam version) and played it about half an hour and it worked well, but I wanted to install mods. Today I downloaded the Endurance Series SP3 mod by EnduRacers, and after installing it, the game doesn't launch when I click "Play" on steam or when I open the rFactor.exe file, it just shows the Endurance Series intro image and then it disappears:
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    rFactor appears in the Task Manager for some seconds but when the image disappears, the game closes. I installed the mod in the rFactor main folder. I haven't installed any other mod.

    Did I do something wrong or is there any problem?
     
  2. Nobody here can help? :(
     
  3. Kenny Paton

    Kenny Paton
    Backmarker Champion 2015 & so far this year. Staff Premium Member

    Have you got the latest version of the mod? Did you install it correctly, I have this great mod but my RF is the standalone one so the path will be different. If you extract it to new folder then look at the file structure then that will help you install it correctly.
     
  4. Dave R

    Dave R
    Premium Member

    If I'm not mistaken on Enduracers, you first have to install Enduracers_esrF1 or something like that. SP3 is just an update to that one.
     
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  5. I didn't install that, so I suppose that's the problem, thank you! Can I install the Enduracers_esrF1 if I already have the SP3 patch installed or do I have to delete all the files of the mod?
     
  6. Dave R

    Dave R
    Premium Member

    What I'd do Luis is go ahead and install the F1, then reinstall the SP3. That way if any files get changed, you're good to go if you reinstall the SP3. Also, just as an aside, I'd install a generic rF1 install and then copy/paste it over to an external, and then when you need to make a new install, just copy/paste it to your hard drive. It's much easier in rFactor to install each mod to a new install. That way you don't have to worry about files getting overwritten or mixed up. You can also share tracks between different installs. PM me if you need some help with that.
     
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