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    Question Access Denied?

    So I Just Installed MSTS.
    And I Was Trying The Play Game.
    It Pop Up Saying "Please Login With Administrator Privileges And Try Again"
    Does Anybody Know How Solve This Problem?
    Thanks

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    PLEASE,TELL ME PLEASE!!!! You DID NOT install it in Program Files! If you did then you are in for a whole lot of problems. That pop-up indicates that the installation is in that file. If so,dis-install and re-install in another File Location. You can make up the name of it,eg "Train Simulator". Install MSTS there and you should be fine. "Program Files" wrecks havoc with MSTS,permissions,problems installing content and so on. A good source of information concerning MSTS installations can be found on the excellent Steam4Me website. Hope I helped. Brian

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    Glenn Duba
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    Quote Originally Posted by bandorr2000 View Post
    Thanks Glen, I should have included the Steam4Me link in my post. Brian

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    Thank You
    I'm Still working on it the moment, I'll also look through the tutorials lnstall for the Windows 10

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    I Finally Put The Microsoft Train Simulator Into Google Drive.
    Now, I Just Need Is A Graphics Card!

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    It'll be interesting to see if it will run from "the cloud".

    Randy

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdayt View Post
    It'll be interesting to see if it will run from "the cloud".

    Randy
    Yea, At First I Thought that msts cannot run from google drive.
    But later on I found out that I CAN run msts from google drive folder.

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    If you're gonna have it on your computer, why not in a folder meant just for trains?
    I have a whole 240GB SSD set up just for train stuff. Makes it easy to know where everything is and back up.
    You can also partition off part of your C drive if that's all you have. Keep it away from the OS if you can. Helps if you have to reinstall Winduhs.
    Google Drive can start to be expensive when you start adding trains and routes to it.
    I think it's free up to 16GB which isn't a lot anymore. Especially if you take pictures with your phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdayt View Post
    If you're gonna have it on your computer, why not in a folder meant just for trains?
    I have a whole 240GB SSD set up just for train stuff. Makes it easy to know where everything is and back up.
    You can also partition off part of your C drive if that's all you have. Keep it away from the OS if you can. Helps if you have to reinstall Winduhs.
    Google Drive can start to be expensive when you start adding trains and routes to it.
    I think it's free up to 16GB which isn't a lot anymore. Especially if you take pictures with your phone.

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    Randy
    Yep -- agree with Randy, everything---and I mean everything...having to do with this hobby is here >>> C:\ORTS, no difference if you are using the venerable MSTS. bandicam 2021-12-30 12-35-17-928.jpg bandicam 2021-12-30 12-26-31-954.jpg
    Last edited by R. Steele; 12-30-2021 at 04:37 PM.
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