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    Default install problem CTSRR

    I downloaded CTSRR and install as instructed, ran installme.bat and it looked like it installed but it does not show up in the routes in the "drive a train"

    I use windows xp.

    any ideas
    thanks
    sol

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    Default RE: install problem CTSRR

    >I downloaded CTSRR and install as
    >instructed, ran installme.bat and it
    >looked like it installed but
    >it does not show up
    >in the routes in the
    >"drive a train"

    Did you make sure to put the CTSRR folder in the routes folder before you ran the batch file?

    Best Regards,
    Julian (Fozzy The Bear)
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    Default RE: install problem CTSRR

    yes it was in the route folder

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    [font size="1" color="#FF0000"]LAST EDITED ON Jun-19-02 AT 09:27PM (EDT)[/font][p]my folder shows

    Mirosoft games\train simulator\routes\CTSRR10[1]

    Is this the correct file name?
    I am still unable to install route

    thanks

    note when I post this the ctsrr10[1] is in brackets but shows up on post as <1>

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    Default RE: install problem CTSRR

    [font size="1" color="#FF0000"]LAST EDITED ON Jun-19-02 AT 09:42PM (EDT)[/font][p][font size="1" color="#FF0000"]LAST EDITED ON Jun-19-02 AT 09:41 PM (EDT)[/font]

    Hi Sol,

    It should be,

    Microsoft games\train simulator\routes\CTSRR

    then run batch file.

    Best Shaun

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    [font size="1" color="#FF0000"]LAST EDITED ON Jun-19-02 AT 09:52PM (EDT)[/font][p]>Is this the correct file name?
    >
    >I am still unable to install
    >route

    No Sol,
    That's the file name of the actual zip file that the download comes as...... You should unpack that zip file to a temporary folder then copy the CTSRR folder from that temporary folder to the "Routes" folder. Then run the batch file to unpack the route.

    Best Regards,
    Julian (Fozzy The Bear)
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    Looking back at the posts from 2002, I live in 2013 and I can't believe what I am seeing. People were talking about the release of AMD's and Intel's 64 bit CPU, now days I have Windows 7 64 bit running on a 6 core Intel Xeon Processor and about 3TB Storage (Lenovo S20 ThinkStation) and an NVIDIA Quadro 5000. Oh how the world has changed in 11 years.

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