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Thread: Missing Kuid for BNSF Terminal Caboose

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    Just checked, it is a .chump file. I don't know what do from here as I opened it for edit in CM.
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    There is a utility, I believe from PEVSoft, for working with .chump files. It's called Chump Expander, if you can get back to the original file....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ktain.ny View Post
    Just checked, it is a .chump file.
    Where did the caboose come from? Was it delivered as a .CDP file? Are you sure you are looking in the folder that was created when the asset was opened, and not some other folder that has files for that asset?

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    A Chump file is a proprietary compressed file that contains all the Trainz data for the asset. If you are getting a chump file, that means that the asset was opened incorrectly. To open up, meaning expand the chump files, then you need to use Content Manager.

    You may want to try importing the asset first into your Trainz version then open it up in Content Manager.
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    Tried deleting it and re-installing it?

    Chump expander is from Vvmm, not Pev see here http://online.ts2009.com/mediaWiki/i...s_Trainz_Tools
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    Quote Originally Posted by clam1952 View Post
    Tried deleting it and re-installing it?
    OP did that at post #10. However there is no description of how it was done, and the process might be wrong.

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    I did awhile ago, CDP was drag n dropped from the extracted folder into CM, just like I do with every engine, car, building, and anything else I install, which tends to be a lot. My Trainz folder is over 250 GB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ktain.ny View Post
    I did awhile ago, CDP was drag n dropped from the extracted folder into CM, just like I do with every engine, car, building, and anything else I install, which tends to be a lot. My Trainz folder is over 250 GB.
    What is 'the extracted folder'? Do you mean the default download location, or something else? Where did you get the CDP from?
    How have you confirmed that the folder you are looking at for the config.txt file is the folder that was opened when you opened the asset for editing in Content Manager?

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    Sorry I thought the download came as a .zip but I just checked, it is a straight CDP download. I really have no idea what to do, I already reinstalled it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ktain.ny View Post
    I really have no idea what to do, I already reinstalled it.
    Where did you get the CDP from?
    How have you confirmed that the folder you are looking at for the config.txt file is the folder that was opened when you opened the asset for editing in Content Manager?

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