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Old 12-29-2005, 11:25 AM   #1401
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Originally Posted by The Doctor
Does it need to be just on the C drive? That's where the computer wants to look for it. I went to File>Manage Paths, but it was set to the KotOR directory, just as it should be.

EDIT: I just checked my Kotor Tool directory, and there is no dialogue.tlk file. Should there be?
Also, there is nothing in my Maps folder. Shouldn't there be some stuff in there?

EDIT2: I was incorrect above. I can open .2da files, I just can't opne .uti ones, whiich happen to be the ones I think I'm gonna need to edit most often.
Kotor Tool looks for dialog.tlk in the game's directory, and this usually error occurs when Kotor Tool can read the registry entries for the particular Kotor game you're editing for, but the files aren't where the registry says they are.

Using Regedit,

(For K1)
Look in HKLM\SOFTWARE\BioWare\SW for the Path key value

(For K2)
Look in HKLM\SOFTWARE\LucasArts\KotOR2 for the Path key value

Make sure that the game actually exists in the appropriate directory, then report back.

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