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Tweaks Anthology no longer installs for me, it just asks what language I want it in and then freezes.


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The BGII Enhanced Edition Tweaks Anthology used to work for me no problem but now the instant it gets to the part where you press 0 for English and 1 for Czech and I'm forced to closed it because it freezes. Anyone know why this might be happening? The installer I was using was cdtweaks-v9.exe if it matters and my OS is Windows 10 Home 64bit.

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Yes it happened to me as well. I reinstalled the game, then everything worked fine.

 

PS. Actually go the local folder and manually delete everything. Uninstall by Steam will leave lots of files untouched.

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okay so I completely uninstalled steam then deleted the folder that remained then I redownloaded steam and installed it in the c:\program(x86)\steamapps\common\baldurs gate II EE and it did exactly the same thing. Did a new version come out that might be giving me problems? Any ideas at all? Thanks for listening.

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On 8/4/2021 at 9:38 PM, potatoteers said:

Yes it happened to me as well. I reinstalled the game, then everything worked fine.

 

PS. Actually go the local folder and manually delete everything. Uninstall by Steam will leave lots of files untouched.

I uninstalled steam using IObit Uninstaller and THEN went and deleted every thing (even hidden files) in the Steam program 86x folder then I reinstalled it and it didnt work (the game does but the Tweaks Anthology still won't). Is there ANYTHING I can try before I try RESETTING my PC in the Recovery tab of the Update & Security section of Windows 10 settings. 

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14 hours ago, 20886432 said:

I uninstalled steam using IObit Uninstaller and THEN went and deleted every thing (even hidden files) in the Steam program 86x folder then I reinstalled it and it didnt work (the game does but the Tweaks Anthology still won't). Is there ANYTHING I can try before I try RESETTING my PC in the Recovery tab of the Update & Security section of Windows 10 settings. 

How about install the game outside the `Program(x86)` folder? My steam is inside c:\Program Files(x86)\steam, but my games are located in g:\games\steamlibrary.

Make sure there is no space or non ascii character leading to your BG folder.

For example, my game is located at `g:\games\steamlibrary\steamapp\common\`

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5 hours ago, potatoteers said:

How about install the game outside the `Program(x86)` folder? My steam is inside c:\Program Files(x86)\steam, but my games are located in g:\games\steamlibrary.

Make sure there is no space or non ascii character leading to your BG folder.

For example, my game is located at `g:\games\steamlibrary\steamapp\common\`

Okay, I'll do that but where should I put the steamlibrary for the games that I will have to store on my SSD (C:) Which is the only functional storage drive I have besides my flash drive.

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On 8/13/2021 at 2:32 PM, 20886432 said:

Okay, I'll do that but where should I put the steamlibrary for the games that I will have to store on my SSD (C:) Which is the only functional storage drive I have besides my flash drive.

Just create a new folder when asked where to install your game. Don't use the default one.

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