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spawniectes 14-03-2013 04:41

Sniper Ghost Warrior 2 - Eng. Audio + spa subs + CIU 1.0.0.6 DVD9 to 2xDVD5
 
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Hi guys, here I left you the sniper ghost warrior 2 conversion to 2 DVD5
has support for english audio and spanish subs. If you choose english on the installer will install english full otherwise audio english with spanish subs and menus.

Like always I use a script by yener90 in this case CIU 1.0.0.6

Fixed the registry issue, eliminated what moderator say I have to delete. :D

Update 2 2013-03-22
To fit the game in 1dvd5 follow this insturctions
http://fileforums.com/showpost.php?p...6&postcount=30
Thanks to mikey26 for the compression method


Update 1 2013-03-17
Added to attached files a fixed setup.ini

Instructions

1- Install the game

2- Download the attached files

3- Move to DVD2 from your game folder
Code:

_CommnonRedist
4- Open installerscript.iss and change this:
Code:

#define ProgramFiles "L:\sniper ghost warrior 2"
for
Code:

#define ProgramFiles "your drive:\your game folder"
5- compile

6- open langscript and compile

7- Move to DVD1:
Code:

Setup.cab
autorun.exe

8- Move from DVD1 folder to DVD2:
Code:

all setup-2*.bin files
9- Copy to DVD2:
Code:

setup.ico
10 - Test the conversion, burn or make isos.

sstanke 14-03-2013 11:22

Problem
 
I have problem when i want to compile Langscript. It pop out this:

http://usnimi.me/slike/untitlmsm.png

sstanke 14-03-2013 11:33

@Razor12911 How to do that?

spawniectes 14-03-2013 11:45

Quote:

Originally Posted by sstanke (Post 415401)
@Razor12911 How to do that?

make sure that this line looks like this.

Code:

;#define internal
and not like this
Code:

#define internal
it's the first line of the script

sstanke 14-03-2013 11:51

Ok, now it works. What was happened when this wasn't set up ok?

spawniectes 14-03-2013 15:52

Quote:

Originally Posted by sstanke (Post 415403)
Ok, now it works. What was happened when this wasn't set up ok?

yes I forgot to add the semicolon, when I edit the langscript.iss

ferv 14-03-2013 17:47

Good Job!! Works Perfect in w7 x64 :D

chuotchu001 14-03-2013 20:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by spawniectes (Post 415391)
7- Move to DVD1:
Code:

Setup.cab

I think move to DVD1 files "setup.cab" and "autorun.exe" in this step.
The conversion works perfect in Win7 x86 & x64. Thanks

adam1906 15-03-2013 06:39

not working in windows 7 64
http://imageshack.us/a/img805/6540/sinttuloaaf.png

KaktoR 15-03-2013 06:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by adam1906 (Post 415417)

Compile LangScript.iss also. Then it will work!

adam1906 15-03-2013 08:49

Setup couldnt find necessary files

pakrat2k2 15-03-2013 16:02

Quote:

Originally Posted by adam1906 (Post 415420)
Setup couldnt find necessary files

and you were told to read step #6, which is compile langscript.iss. It creates autorun.exe, which you place in dvd1, then it wont give that error message.

sarmadi 16-03-2013 15:30

I don't know what's the matter with the installation of _CommnonRedist folder content. I have changed the 1 to 0 and add folder marked in red

[LauncherSettings]
InstallRedist=1

Launch1=DirectX
Launch164=0
Launch1BeforeInstall=1
LaunchCom1={src}\_CommonRedist\DirectX\Jun2010\DXS ETUP.exe
LaunchArg1=/silent

Launch2=Visual C++ Runtime 2008
Launch264=0
Launch2BeforeInstall=1
LaunchCom2={src}\_CommonRedist\2008\vcredist_x86.e xe
LaunchArg2=/q:a

Launch3=Visual C++ Runtime 2010
Launch364=0
Launch3BeforeInstall=1
LaunchCom3={src}\_CommonRedist\2010\vcredist_x86.e xe
LaunchArg3=/q:a
TO
[LauncherSettings]
InstallRedist=1

Launch1=DirectX
Launch164=0
Launch1BeforeInstall=0
LaunchCom1={src}\_CommonRedist\DirectX\Jun2010\DXS ETUP.exe
LaunchArg1=/silent

Launch2=Visual C++ Runtime 2008
Launch264=0
Launch2BeforeInstall=0
LaunchCom2={src}\_CommonRedist\vcredist\2008\vcredist_x86.exe
LaunchArg2=/q:a

Launch3=Visual C++ Runtime 2010
Launch364=0
Launch3BeforeInstall=0
LaunchCom3={src}\_CommonRedist\vcredist\2010\vcredist_x86.exe
LaunchArg3=/q:a

but the directx and vcredist_x86.exe didn't accept to be installed:mad:
EDIT: and also,the same problemwith crysis 3.

spawniectes 16-03-2013 16:42

Quote:

Originally Posted by sarmadi (Post 415474)
I don't know what's the matter with the installation of _CommnonRedist folder content. I have changed the 1 to 0 and add folder marked in red

[LauncherSettings]
InstallRedist=1

Launch1=DirectX
Launch164=0
Launch1BeforeInstall=1
LaunchCom1={src}\_CommonRedist\DirectX\Jun2010\DXS ETUP.exe
LaunchArg1=/silent

Launch2=Visual C++ Runtime 2008
Launch264=0
Launch2BeforeInstall=1
LaunchCom2={src}\_CommonRedist\2008\vcredist_x86.e xe
LaunchArg2=/q:a

Launch3=Visual C++ Runtime 2010
Launch364=0
Launch3BeforeInstall=1
LaunchCom3={src}\_CommonRedist\2010\vcredist_x86.e xe
LaunchArg3=/q:a
TO
[LauncherSettings]
InstallRedist=1

Launch1=DirectX
Launch164=0
Launch1BeforeInstall=0
LaunchCom1={src}\_CommonRedist\DirectX\Jun2010\DXS ETUP.exe
LaunchArg1=/silent

Launch2=Visual C++ Runtime 2008
Launch264=0
Launch2BeforeInstall=0
LaunchCom2={src}\_CommonRedist\vcredist\2008\vcredist_x86.exe
LaunchArg2=/q:a

Launch3=Visual C++ Runtime 2010
Launch364=0
Launch3BeforeInstall=0
LaunchCom3={src}\_CommonRedist\vcredist\2010\vcredist_x86.exe
LaunchArg3=/q:a

but the directx and vcredist_x86.exe didn't accept to be installed:mad:
EDIT: and also,the same problemwith crysis 3.

for me its working fine, it only will work if you made the iso from folder will not install. if you are trying to test before make the iso try deleting {src} and give it a try.

like this:
Code:

Launch3=Visual C++ Runtime 2010
Launch364=0
Launch3BeforeInstall=0
LaunchCom3=\_CommonRedist\vcredist\2010\vcredist_x86.exe
LaunchArg3=/q:a


sarmadi 17-03-2013 03:26

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When I launched the game from ISO I got this error.. any idea??

Attachment 5833


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