Well, after an unimaginably long wait, I found a dusty old something or another video card in my parents desk drawer. It cant model, or load youtube :'(, but it can run and test ZH. So, that being said time for the bad and good news.
Recovered all of the (req) mod files
Have most programs to start the mod back
The Bad (well terrible)
HDD containing all of my personal data, backups (irony), music (53gb), all games, raw textures and models
CRASHED, and all was lost (literally crashed, took it apart, motor overheated and blew apart[wtf, didnt know that was possible])
Im starting college soon so waay less time than before
HCW is being a PITA right now and crashing constantly (get into game, start to play against AI, 30sec later, I EXPLODE!)
ANND im starting to outgrow the modding scene, real life has taken a hold of me now
SO after all of that, I am saying.
If I do not change focus and decide to start again>>
TWO WEEKS RELEASING EVERYTHING, mod assets and all to people I deem worthy enough to finish it, and with fast internet, the files are over 25gb total.. TO APPLY PM ME WITH DETAILS OF YOUR PREVIOUS MODDING EXP
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