Originally Posted by Nils_NFS
The lines where already there, but can you just do it to my computer with TeamViewer? I already downloaded the files of the Ferrari's.
OKAY before you do anything Uninstall your ferrari mods. then redownload and try reinstall. If that don't work then....
Dude sometimes, it's best to restart from square one again if something went wrong. I'm sorry I know it's hard to hear, but you haven't exactly answered any of the questions we have asked you nor provided any additional info we need. I'm helping you because at least you've tried and at least you've attempted to go through the thread looking for info without first clogging up this thread with questions...
Right so start fresh-
copy save file and place in a seperate folder
Uninstall unpacked version
Reinstall packed version
Upgrade packed version to v 1.02
whilst your at it install Legends and speedhunters and all the DLC
Download the latest version of the UNofficial community patch,
Follow the instructions down to the LAST WORD to unpack your game.
Re-download the Ferrari pack-maybe a text document got screwed up the first time??
Re-install following the instructions down to the LAST word..
Paste save file back into the shift 2 folder in your my documents folder
Try not to use JGMSE, I know it's designed from ease of use but all it does when installing mods is essentially cut and paste the respective folders in their respective places....I've never used this. I highly recommend just pasting all files fond in the ferrari pack folders directly into the root folder of the unpacked game....If asked If you want to replace any files just say yes.
MAKE SURE you have added the correct lines in the Vehicleslist.lst when a car does not appear in the Lot 90% of the time it's due to an incorrect entry in there. Even experienced people get frustrated when a modded car does not appear in their car lot...normally it's a vehicles list issue.
To check if your entry is correct do the following-
-check if your entry is in the correct alphabetical position in the document.( I highly doubt this does anything but it easily organises your cars so you can find them easily.....oddly I've actually done this to a car entry once and the next thing I knew It appeared in the LOT!"
-Standard entries are in the following form.
this can appear confusing to people who haven't familiarised themselvess very well with the unpacked games folder hierarchy.
To put it simply in the unpacked game you will have a "vehicles" folder inside your shift 2 root folder.
In this Vehicles folder each car in the game has it's respective folder (named after it's car name or similar to it) for example the ferrari FXX's folder is called "Ferrari_FXX".
Each of these car folders contain Model, Audio and various other data (these are useful for the purpose of modding- but are of no concern to you). What you ARE interested in, in the folder is the CRD file which contains certain data about the car such as it's name, year of manufacture, price, what 3d models it uses etc.
i highly recommend you go to one of these folders, open up a CRD file and scroll down-taking a look at all the fields.
Anyways lets get back to the vehicles list entry- We'll use the FXX as an example.
Notice that the first part "vehicles\Ferrari_FXX" the "vehicles\" part is common to every add-on car (and vanilla car) you want to add into the game. So check that.
the "Ferrari_FXX\@Ferrari_FXX.crd" shows the folder of that respective add-on car and it's respective .crd file. make sure there is a \@ after you add the vehicle folder name and then add the name of the .crd. Obviously as you can see you need to add ".crd" behind it.
The way the document works is that it's non-case sensitive so you don't need to bother changing the case of letters in any entry.
I've said all of this but you've probably have entered correctly the entries since it's a simple copy and paste matter.
Have you entered the following?
Check if your game is unpacked check that when you open your shift 2 root folder that there is a "vehicles" folder inside of it which contains folders for each of the cars in the game NOT bff files.
do not mistake this for shift 2\pakfiles\vehicles
Also if you have unpacked the game correctly most bff files in your pakfiles\vehicles folder will be 56 kb. due to being dummied out. ENSURE your game is unpacked.
I'm sorry but I don't have time to help you on teamviewer, let alone download the thing. You'll usually find on internet forums there is a limit to how far some members will intervene to help others, it's not a critisism but a simple fact of life. There may be kind exceptions to this rule though....
wish you luck.