In versana vlasta you have two lubeck txts with same number
Hi, I'm from spanish forums, sorry for my english (is not very good) VineFynn there's an other directory, on Windows7, in virtual store.
C:\Users\YOUR USER\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files (x86)\Paradox Interactive\Europa Universalis III Chronicles
Try deleting this directory too.
This mod is really good, but needs more events and national decisions
I have my pc in greek language and can't understand which files those are in greek
I have eu 3 from steam
Edit: That didn't work It would appear that my EU3 is in a place (secondary partition) where it doesn't need to have admin rights to copy to it's folder, so it does just that. In other words, my game has no need for a VirtualStore folder, therefore it has none. Any idea what things it puts in there?
Last edited by VineFynn; 21-03-2012 at 11:52.
YES! It's working now! Thank you guys for all your help. Coincidentally, just as I read Coronad'arago's post, I did another clean reinstall of the game, and it worked! Seems like Coronad'arago's method of doing bugger all is a perfectly legitimate way of getting this mod to work.
Now to conquering the world as Australia..
For future people having this problem, loading the mod was the first thing I did with the game after cleanly re-installing and patching to 5.1, no admin rights, nothing.
I tried to, after downloading this mod, get it onto the actual option list you get in the launch screen. However, while in this process, the AppData folder in my computer just disappeared without a trace. Can someone tell me what could have went wrong and maybe how to get it back?
Im not sure if this is the right place, but in my Viking game, I noticed their was no port in Gotland, or Halogaland(?) the tiny island next to Juteland also the isle of Aland between Finland and Sweden should have straights for both sides, thanks
Also check to make sure it isn't hidden. Check your recycling bin (obvious, yeah) and run the command "set" (no inverted commas) in command prompt. Check to see if there's any mention of the AppData folder in there.
Was there anything you needed in there (other than saves, which are obviously important)? You might be able to recover it using a hard drive file restoration utility. You don't actually need the folder to run EU3 however, you can run it with admin privileges or outside of the program files folder (unless you've got it on steam).
How it could have happened.. If I recall correctly EU3 uses the VirtualStore folder that is in the Local folder inside AppData to store saves and cache files, etc. Not sure how it could end up deleting it, but it's a possibility.
No trace of this kind of problem on Google, either.
Hey Guys, I usually don't post in forums but this mod is so much fun I figured I need to.
I started a game as Milan in the beginning of the HRE (920? 930?). Bulgaria went berzerk, conquered lots of Russia and Greece, and is busy colonizing the rest of Russia. I wanted to form Italy/reform Rome so I conquered all the provinces that it said I needed to, but it still won't let me form Rome even though all the asterisks are green. Are there some requirements that don't fit on the screen?
It just recently got really hard because Bulgaria has several little allies on my border who are always attacking me because they know Bulgaria is by far the strongest country in the world and will probably crush me. Within a week of Bulgaria declaring war, the entire continent of Europe and some of Africa declares war on me. I usually blitz the smaller country and force them into a peace, and them making peace drags Bulgaria into a peace as well. As soon as I get a peace with Bulgaria, every single one of the countries who just attacked me asks for a white peace. This has happened a bunch of times and it probably won't stop until Bulgaria dies or I conquer the world. Is this a common problem or is this just the way my game is going?
Also I can't get past 1114, because halfway through that year the game crashes. I tried backing up the save and reinstalling the mod but it still crashes. It's really a bummer because I was enjoying it a lot and was looking forward to being able to play past 1900, which for some reason you can't do in vanilla or any other working mod. I'm running version 1.11 on a Windows Vista with steam. Is there anything I can do? Would it be worth it to post the save file?
Thanks! I'm not trying be negative, I just really enjoy your mod and want to keep playing.
That Restoring Rome thing might be bugged, I remember someone mentioning something like that.
I am having problems with the game crashing to the desktop. From what I can tell it looks to be a problem with corrupted save game files. But here's the catch, it has happened to me several times using different save game files, playing two different countries, and has occurred at several points in the game. I have tried creating new save files every so often an reverting back to them when it happens, but it still happens. Any ideas?
Edit: Ok, I don't think it's a problem with corrputed save game files unless one can infect another. I have completely uninstalled the game, deleted all files, reinstalled the game, and tried the save games again. I have even tried loading completely new games and saving them as completely new files. Still not working.
Last edited by cactuspete13; 28-03-2012 at 12:55.
I'm not sure if this goes in this thread, but I'm not getting any country history at all for Byzantium despite all of my actions and having played 150 years. Patch 1.02 added history for Byzantium, so I'm not sure whats going on there.
I haven't tried yet 5.2 so can't say anything about the compatibility. When I found the fix I will return and announce it. Also I followed the posts here and there, and fixed many minor things as duplicate files, history.
About the island between Sweden and Finland - forget about the straights - It will make Finland easy prey for Sweden.
Also thank you about finding solution about steam issue.
You can see Phoenix mods thanks to Google.
"something with the interface. I would get rid of this"? What are you talking about?