Discussion in 'Richard Burns Rally' started by 4 8 15 16 23 42 108, Dec 14, 2013.
...will be released tomorrow!
Check it out!
Any chance I can use cars and tracks from this year again?
Nope. This is RSRBR...
I downloaded it and from what I've seen it is very much the same as 2013 except for 2 new stages (very nicely done) support for X-sim and different menu screen in-game, got it early and got a very nice number 14 and chrono manager works great which is nice.
Working on this for RSRBR 2014:
Though the car kept changing from test to test (and my pc kept giving me some trouble too), with the official livery released I can finish the car and hopefully get it included in RSRBR 2014 before Monte Carlo!
Looks so good mate, keep up the fantastic work!
Dang, was hoping the 207_s2000 evo would've been in.
Awesome Hyundai model! Great work! And before Monte Carlo? That's a tough schedule...fingers krossed here! @R.C.Alves
And after that, you will be forced to register here for a licence and RACE!
Great work man!!
The Hyundai looks like the DS3 and Polo R had a baby.
Did anyone have issues while installing the track pack for RSRBR 2014? Im having "The source file is corrupted" error. (http://oi41.tinypic.com/w0t8k2.jpg ) It happens when I open the *.exe file and choose language. Tried everything I could think of, nothing has helped. I`ve re-downloaded that file like 50 times from all possible servers including utorrent. Im running XP 32bit SP3, could this be a problem?
Have you tried using the VoirMD5.exe to verify the MD5 checksum of each file? That should let you know whether each file is complete by comparing what VoirMD5.exe tells you to what's on RSRBR's site (the md5 = xxxxx string next to each file link). I could be wrong, but generally when multiple files are used to make one archive, they're the same size (well the last file is typically just the remainder). From your pic files 1a and 1c are significantly smaller than 1b and 1d.
Yep, came in to say that I just re-downloaded all those files, not just the *.exe and it worked. But thanks for your quick answer though I had a bad feeling about this after the 4th time I downloaded the *.exe but I just didnt want to download all those GBs again - I was hoping there is another solution.
Out of interest:
Has anyone else had trouble with the game saying that you have no internet connection and that you need it when loading the track when I do have internet as I can write here
I installed 2014 a few days ago and I've tried every now and then to get to drive but it gives me that kind of message in a box every time I try and I'm getting frustrated now
I have a problem due which I have re-installed the mod and car pack for 8 or 9 times now.. Probably going to be more.. From time to time, when Im trying to load a stage it says - Physics file is absent. But the physics file is always there.. From the beginning I thought it happens because Im changing my resolution through "RBR Startup" and somehow keep messing things up with doing so but I havent done it anymore and today I got it again. And there is no way around this than re-installing that stuff I mentioned. At least I dont know one. Has anyone seen something like that?
These are new ones for me, and I cannot see why the problems happen either :/
It seems that my OS is just raped. I did one bad thing to it but I never really felt a difference, until now I guess. On an existing partition (where Windows is already installed) I made some free space and installed Linux.. Probably during that process something went slightly wrong what I didnt notice until now..
Got the idea about OS from here though, if anyone else gets that error.
Also read all those rallyesim.fr links to be sure, it seems that new OS is the only way to go. Not really into it I guess. Maybe after new year, I dont know. I dont really have time to lose Linux at the moment Even one day is a lot. We will see. At least I got it "solved"
RSRBR2014 troubleshooting: http://forum.rallyesim.fr/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=17430
All-in-one-post about "Physics file absent": http://forum.rallyesim.fr/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=17535
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