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Hi,

Having noticed this is now advertised through railsimulator.com to purchase via steam, I was wondering if anyone else has.

I tried to load the introduction scenario (which has to be played first) and just got a failed to load error.

It looks like the rails aren't there.

Hoping somebody will be able to shed some light on this, or advise what I can do.
 

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Try verifying the game cache - looks like something has gone corrupt. The procedure for doing this is documented on a number of other threads
 

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I think a few people had some minor niggles when installing it. I had to clear the cache to get the signals to appear for example.

Overall I like it though, having driven real trains down most of the route I think it looks really good with big stations even on the lowest detail settings. Shame the 377 isn't quite right. Fair attempt though.
 
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Ok, I have verified the integrity of the game cache, and that got the route working, except that I know have the problem that hairyhandedfool had:

I had to clear the cache to get the signals to appear for example.

I have tried again, but to no avail. Is there something different that I need to do to fix this.

Thanks again
 

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I to have had problems of which are still ongoing, the error message i receive is "Unable to load file - Tracks.Bin" ive verified files and cleared cache as well as restarting pc but still cannot play the dam scenario, any one have any further ideas?

thanks in advance
 
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