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    Default Eagle River Railway

    Quick Run in Eagle River Railway still not functional after two complete installs. Here is a screenshot of the starting screen.

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    You appear to have a constant problem with your data across the board and not just this route.

    I recommend that you create a new data folder.

    Create an empty folder. Put it in another location besides the C:\Users\<login>\Appdata\local\N3V Games location.
    At the Launcher:

    1) Click on settings
    2) Click on Install tab.
    3) Click on the ... on the right side.
    4) Browse to your new empty folder.
    5) Click on it.
    6) Click Select.

    TRS2019 will do some "translating settings". And request a restart.

    7) Restart as required.
    8) On the Launcher again:

    a) Click on Settings
    b) Click on Internet Tab
    c) Put in your Username and Password.

    TRS2019 will do some "translating settings". And request a restart.

    d) Go to the Dev tab and click advanced debugging tools. This will give you some other options in case we ask you to do some things that are not available in the regular setup. This won't require a restart.

    Optionally, you can setup your performance settings if you want to restart now, but this can be done at any time.

    9) Exclude your new folder from real-time scanning in your antivirus program. I can't help you here since those settings are specific to the program you have.

    10) Download your DLC content including any routes you have.

    This process can take time and let it complete. If you are downloading over wireless, only download one or two items at a time. Wireless networks tend to be a bit shaky with lots of data.

    Hope this helps so please let us know how it works.
    John
    Trainz User Since: 12-2003
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    T:ANE Build: 94829
    TRS2019/Trainz-PLUS: 109641

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    Are you trying to run the Eagle River in TRS19? It runs fine for me in TANE. You should also consider running a disk condition tool. such as Seagate Tools (or whatever manufacturer you have).
    I7-8700K
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    Did what you said John but still have the same problem. I'm not going download all the missing dependencies because all the other sessions have a scene with tracks and trees and buildings. Quick Drive is the same picture with x's, no scene, no tracks, no buildings. What's next?????????

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    NO, I'm running it in TANE 105766. My other route from Jointed Rail Mongahela Western worked.

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    It doesn't matter if you are running T:ANE or TRS2019 base-version. Both versions use the same installation process for DLC. Content Manager is still the same with some more improvements in '19 with some fonts being bigger, etc., and pick-lists management, but it's all the same otherwise. The only place where things differ is in TRS2019 Platinum and Plus with the Content Store for DLC, which is nothing more than a pretty interface for the same function of auto-downloading DLC. It's also unknown to us where you got your routes from since both are sold on Jointed Rail as well as by N3V through the content store.

    With the third-party routes, you need to install everything in all the dependency CDPs regardless if the components exist in other routes. There are parts in these dependencies CDPs that do not exist in other routes along with stuff that might, and it's difficult to pull out what you need versus what you don't need. Trainz, any version, does not know what's in these packages so it will install all components.

    The simplest way around this is to let the duplicate assets install. What will happen is since they are the same version, they will overwrite the current ones installed. Once the process of installing all the packages is complete, open up an Open for Edit view in Content Manager. Highlight all the open for edit assets, and choose Revert to Original. The assets are left open as a safeguard, but there's not much you can do other than revert them to original anyway. This is particularly true of built-in assets which can't be edited. Once you've completed installing Eagle River, use the same process with Coal Country if you got this one as well from Jointed Rail.

    You will also be required to download any missing parts from the DLS as well. These are commonplace components that exist across all the routes and if you don't have them installed, they will be called for.

    To download the ones you need, right-click on the routes and sessions that have missing dependencies. Choose download from the menu, and the parts will come in from the DLS. Anything that comes down from the DLS will not overwrite anything that's already installed because T:ANE knows that they already exist. This isn't the case with third-party asset packages.

    Hope this helps.
    Last edited by JCitron; October 27th, 2020 at 06:18 PM.
    John
    Trainz User Since: 12-2003
    Trainz User ID: 124863
    T:ANE Build: 94829
    TRS2019/Trainz-PLUS: 109641

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