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I was getting low on diskspace for my XP installation and stupidly cut and pasted the entire doom 3 folder to the Vista drive (Logical drive, same physical drive). Now I've uninstalled DarkRadiant several times and reinstalled it, but it always tries to open the last map that I used D:\Doom3\thiefs_den\maps\cath.map, but that is no longer there and it keeps crashing the program.

 

I've looked everywhere and I can't find anywhere where this info is stored. I've looked in the registry but no luck there. I've run Registry Mechanic after uninstalling all copies of DarkRadiant from my computer, but still no luck.

 

I don't want to have to re-install doom 3 and the dark mod and thief's den to get this fixed. I just want to delete the settings saved for DarkRadiant so that when it opens and asks me for the path to Doom3 and I tell it, that it keeps that setting and doesn't keep trying to open the same map which isn't located on the D: drive anymore.

I always assumed I'd taste like boot leather.

 

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You can reset DarkRadiant's settings in C:\Documents and Settings\AluminumHaste\Application Data\DarkRadiant\ Just wipe that folder and DarkRadiant starts completely from scratch.

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You can reset DarkRadiant's settings in C:\Documents and Settings\AluminumHaste\Application Data\DarkRadiant\ Just wipe that folder and DarkRadiant starts completely from scratch.

 

Thank you for that. :wub:

EDIT: Yup working thanks.

I always assumed I'd taste like boot leather.

 

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