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Total Installer Thingy

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11 hours ago, Tiko_Glez92 said:

How to use Total Installer Thingy for MVP

The directions provided with this utility are very helpful. Remember to install the TiT mod in the main directory of Mvp 2005.

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TiT is not an "installed" application like other applications you may load to your computer.  It's a stand alone application and that is why you want it to reside in the main folder of your MVP game (or if you have multiple installs, one in each of those main folders).

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6 minutes ago, Gordo said:

TiT is not an "installed" application like other applications you may load to your computer.  It's a stand alone application and that is why you want it to reside in the main folder of your MVP game (or if you have multiple installs, one in each of those main folders).

 

I stand corrected. Sorry I misspoke there. Just unzip the TiT program and place it in the main directory of MVP 2005.

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Hi folks!  I'm an old member of this forum from back in 2005 but haven't played in about 10 years, so I'm catching up.  I installed TiT in the main folder but when I try installing some of the new uniforms like the Padres and Blue Jays, TiT acts as if it is installing successfully but when I check in the game there is no difference.  Am I missing a step?

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In the main Mvp directory you have to have the mod you want installed along with the TiT program.

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Next, start the TiT program and in this case I want to install the 2020 Cardinals. Let it do the work and you are all set. When it is done it may bring you to a donation page on the old EA mods website. Ignore that because that site is gone.

 

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UpYankee4life, I thought that would do the trick because I didn't have the mods in the main MVP folder before but when I did it that way now everything looks just right, but still in the game it's not updated.  Any other tips or tricks?

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8 minutes ago, HaloChillie said:

UpYankee4life, I thought that would do the trick because I didn't have the mods in the main MVP folder before but when I did it that way now everything looks just right, but still in the game it's not updated.  Any other tips or tricks?

 

No, and I don't understand it. This should have worked.

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It's weird because I even see that uniforms.big has the time that I ran TiT as the last modified time, but yet nothing is changed in the game.  Are there any extra files I might need that I see in your main folder? For example,I don't have EAgraph or gfxpak.exe.

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On 12/5/2019 at 8:51 PM, Yankee4Life said:

The directions provided with this utility are very helpful. Remember to install the TiT mod in the main directory of Mvp 2005.

 

Not hijacking the thread Y4L, but does this apply to MLB2K12 as well?  Putting TIT in the main folder?

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I don’t think it works with MLB2K12. I believe it is just an MVP2005 utility. 

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53 minutes ago, LouisvilleLipp said:

 

Not hijacking the thread Y4L, but does this apply to MLB2K12 as well?  Putting TIT in the main folder?

 

No worries man. It's not a bad question and it got me to thinking. Kraw did make a TiT for the 2k series and you can check it out and if you want you can download it right here. And I would put it in the main directory just like its Mvp counterpart. I hope that helps.

 

 

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Make sure you have the accompanying files (I think they're driver files, but someone can correct me if I'm wrong).

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1 hour ago, Yankee4Life said:

 

No worries man. It's not a bad question and it got me to thinking. Kraw did make a TiT for the 2k series and you can check it out and if you want you can download it right here. And I would put it in the main directory just like its Mvp counterpart. I hope that helps.

 

 

TiT for the MLB2K games is a little different, because you can install it in a non-main directory. It will ask you where your MLB2K12 folder is located the first time you run it, so any time you run it again it will assume that's the directory you're installing your mods to

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On 5/12/2020 at 3:02 PM, Yankee4Life said:

 

No worries man. It's not a bad question and it got me to thinking. Kraw did make a TiT for the 2k series and you can check it out and if you want you can download it right here. And I would put it in the main directory just like its Mvp counterpart. I hope that helps.

 

 

Much props Y4L, KC  👍

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