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Old 10-04-2009, 08:41 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Dak Vesser View Post
how old is this thread btw?
Looks as though it dates back to 2006.



If you're playing modded Kotor II, then yes, you need to copy the game to your harddrive, and then create an override folder in the game directory.


If you're playing modded KoTor, you need to place the override folder in the correct TDATA Folder on your drive.. I'm not sure what it is though.. it starts with 4c4_______

Actually, for Kotor II, you could burn a dvd with a permanent override on it

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