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[TUT] Use OpenIV "mods" folder & keep your original GTA V

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Posted 11 September 2016 - 07:49 AM

To get mods to work, you have to install ASILoader and OpenIV.asi, then mods folder will work.


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#152

Posted 11 September 2016 - 03:08 PM Edited by iamcornholio, 12 September 2016 - 02:14 AM.

To get mods to work, you have to install ASILoader and OpenIV.asi, then mods folder will work.

 

Already had OpenIV installed (with ASILoader installed) and an ASILoader from Script Hook V.

 

Don't recall finding a link for just an ASILoader so I only downloaded what was on the tutorials.

 

Finally got it to work. For now all I have going is OpenIV, Script Hook V, Simple Trainer and the IV Pack of vehicles. Everything seems to be working perfect. I had issues while using Mod Manager but I think that may have been my fault. All working great right now.


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Posted A week ago

From the Chinese players greetings, refueling come to the same name as the tool can continue to go, cheering buddy!

 

Quick question. Does the OpenIV.asi follow shortcuts? I'd rather place the mod folder on a bigger partition (I am running my GTA game off a spare (small) SSD. I would just place a shortcut to the mods folder in the GTA V install.

No it not support shortcuts.
I guess we need to make some kind of configuration, so you will be able to set path you want.
As for now you can follow fastman92 suggestion.

 





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