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I have no control over Windows Safeguard, it sounds like you have an anti-virus program that is overly invasive.
Which version of Medieval 2 Kingdoms are you using, the CD version or Steam versions?
The massive changes to factions and unit rosters requires a lot of the older missions be completely revamped and updated as well. There's a lot of scripting that required older stuff axed from them game and it needs to be updated. They'll all be updated when I have five seconds of free time to do so.
It does, although Gamespy has been down on the CD version of the game for awhile. I believe multiplayer works on the Steam version though.
I'm sorry I forgot to put that in the changelog. Yes, the Stalfos also have completely revamped models, a different roster of units (Staldra and Stallmasters are just a pair of their new units), and they can now raise the dead from Graveyards.
The only crash I have not been able to solve is a post-battle crash that randomly but inconsistently occurs when you attack rebel armies at a settlement.
I'd love more developers to help me, this is pretty much all a one man job and I've been swamped and overwhelmed bug-fixing lately.
The River Zora and Sheikah will still be in the next version, they will just start on the map at the beginning like every other faction.
Here they are: Hyruletotalwar.wikia.com
Please try Procedure #1: Forums.totalwar.com
Post your crash logs on the forums, I can't do anything without them: Twcenter.net
Even then I don't know when I'll be able to get back to you. I am insanely overwhelmed with crash reports and going completely insane over them. I'm just one person and absolutely no one is helping me fix the crashes.
My method of spawning factions seems to just be completely broken with Medieval 2. The only solution I can think of is to wipe all traces of the Stalfos spawning Event, as I did with the River Zora spawn Event. All Spawning Events are completely gone in the next version of the game so it's an issue that won't show up again.
Try posting a crash log on the bug forums, there's several people that can help out there: Twcenter.net
I have a playthrough of it on youtube: Youtube.com
They cant be played until every single custom settlement is put into the game. It's a problem with the engine, it always tries to load the stock Medieval 2 settlements over custom ones in Custom Battles. It can only be solved by replacing every single settlement from Medieval 2.
I never won any money, though I did win mod of the year in 2012 for Hyrule: Total War.
Have you been able to download other mods from Moddb?
They are not supposed to be able to use ladders, that's a pretty strange bug.
the CAB error is caused by a corruption during download. It only ever seems to happen when my installers are downloaded from Moddb. The only solution is redownloading.
Are you attempting to go into a custom game after exiting the Freeform Campaign menu? If so this is actually a bug with Medieval 2 itself and there's no fix. You can either select Freeform Campaign or Custom Battles upon starting up the game.
Extract Install_Hyrule_Total_War.msi and Install_Hyrule_Total_War.cab to the same folder (this can be anywhere, even your desktop, as long as they are in the same place). Double click on Install_Hyrule_Total_War.msi and it should run the installation.
No, the installer and the cab can be anywhere, as long as they are in the same folder. Double clicking on the installer causes it to read the cab and unpack all the files in it. You don't need to click on the cab or anything.
The cab file just needs to be in the same place as the installer. The installer reads the cab file and unpacks the files from it. I separated the files because moddb had a habit of corrupting the cab file when it was combined with the installer. I wanted to separate them and test that out to see if it stopped the problem.
They need to be downloaded separately. Including them all in one pack would cause of the filesize to exceed Moddb's limit.
Oh good. Yeah the .CAB file and the Msi need to be in the same place so they can read each other. Usually I just pack them into one giant msi file, but moddb had a habit of corrupting the file for some people when they downloaded. I kept them separate to see if it helped.
He's apparently missing the engine animation folder... somehow.
Go to Medieval II Total War\mods\Hyrule\data\animations. Is there a folder called "Engine" in there?
Copy the last few lines and paste them here. If they can't fit I think a private message allows for more text.
Look for a file called medieval2.preference.cfg. It's floating around in the Medieval II Total War folder. Open it in notepad, and add the following lines to it:
to = logs/M2TW.system.log.txt
level = * trace
file = game.script.* logs/hyrule.script2.log.txt
file = game.script* logs/hyrule.script.log.txt
file = game.script logs/hyrule.scriptoutput.log.txt
file = ai.ltgd logs/hyrule.ai.log.txt
That should force the game to generate a crash log.
Could you send me a crashlog? It can be found in Steam\SteamApps\common\Medieval II Total War\logs. The file is called M2TW.system.log.txt
Did you try Procedure/Scenario#1: Forums.totalwar.com–-How-to-run-mods-after-22-07-2014-update