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Edit: nvm it stoped working when it says "checking for additional content
Edit2: there where some soud files in dlc_29 i have it fixed now :D
I've installed link extensions and I can now get the game to load up but it crashes when looking for extra content. Does anybody know which DLC files are sound files so I can transfer them to my C drive and symlink them? I tried DLC_29 but it still not working and the remaining two DLC folders are quite large.
you only need to move the sound files not the forge files.
im doing it atm and just got done moving them all. hope it helps
Amazing that Ubisoft could let this slip through development testing.
How developers could know that you will be using MS Drive Spaces or what ever that is ?!
The game suppose to be installed on one partition and better if on the same drive there Uplay Steam client are .
I have only OS and essential programs on C drive, all games and game clients are on separate partition drives D,E
Never had any issues like that in the thread.
MS Drive Spaces is not as complicated as it sounds.
I'm confident Ubisoft employ programmers that have even a simple understanding of RAID/Drive Spaces.