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Thread: What's the Secret to Installng this Siskiyou Route? Please?

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    Default What's the Secret to Installng this Siskiyou Route? Please?

    Have tried the MSTS Option to Install.

    I have also tried the Mini-Route Method and then the Installing Directly to the Drive C: option for Open Rails.

    But having no luck at all. Had it once but with no Track being Displayed!!!

    Any help please?

    Many thanks

    Paul.

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    There is NO secret, other than you HAVE to edit the path the installer is set to. AS it is set to install where you don't want it to install i.e. C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Games\Train Simulator. So edit it to point to the root folder of your install. As in X:\1MSTS.
    Charles

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcohen View Post
    Have tried the MSTS Option to Install.

    I have also tried the Mini-Route Method and then the Installing Directly to the Drive C: option for Open Rails.

    But having no luck at all. Had it once but with no Track being Displayed!!!

    Any help please?

    Many thanks

    Paul.
    NO, NO, NO. That is the recommended location for the ORTS Executable files. One of the MAJOR differences between MSTS and ORTS is that the MSTS Executables are installed in the root folder that contains the routes and the trainsets. Since ORTS deletes previous installs when a new complete version is installed, you should NEVER, NEVER, NEVER install ORTS in the folder that contains TRAIN.EXE and your installed ROUTES and TRAINSETS.
    Charles

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    I had to install Scale Rail to get tracks to display.

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