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padmsc

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  1. Dennis, Thanks for the information. I guess I'll just need to scout around some more to see if there's a way I can get the utilities to run in a .NET 4.## environment with some other form of work-around. I thought I was on the right track when I found some information on the Microsoft website regarding enabling .NET 2.0 & 3.0 in Windows 10, but so far it hasn't helped the situation. I have a few other ideas I'm going to try...assuming that I'm at least on the right track. Gordo, I would love to make a contribution like you mentioned, but the strange thing is, I did absolutely nothing out of the ordinary. I simply ran the basic install for the program and it did everything you'd expect it to do. Then, to run the mod, I just copied the folder from another machine I was previously playing on (which was on Windows 7) and, BINGO, everything fit like a glove. That's what had me a little bamboozled as I read through the thread of some many people having so many problems running on Windows 10. If I get even the slightest clue of what may possibly be different in my environment, I'll be glad to pass it along. The only thing I can think of at the moment is that I'm running it on a brand new Microsoft Surface Go (and I wasn't even sure if the video card would handle it since it's integrated, but there's no problem.)
  2. I have no problems whatsoever running MVP 2005 and the TC mods on Win 10. I just cannot get the utility to run at all (in fact, I'm finding I'm having problems running any of tywiggins' utilities, even in compatibility modes). First off, I just wanted to make sure the utility was self-running as opposed to something that was supposed to be "installed" in the mod in some manner. Dennis answered that part for me with his explanation (obviously the utility is self-running). So now I'm wondering if it may either be that .NET Framework 2.0, upon which the utility is based, just doesn't function properly with Win 10 (since it comes standard with a version above 4.0), or that the problem is that I have a bad copy of the utility (which I kind of doubt). Based on this, any other thoughts? Thanks.
  3. I recently downloaded the Short Season Projector (thank you, dennisjames71) and also have .NET Framework 2.0 installed, but I can't seem to get the SSP to work. I searched the site here, but have come up empty so far. Can someone please point me in the right direction? Many thanks.
  4. Thanks so much, Dennis. I'll give it a try. I absolutely love the mod. You did some outstanding work. -Dexter Dennis, one additional question. Do you know if it is possible to make additional modifications to uniforms in MVP 2005, such as collars or cap shapes, or is that stuff "hardwired" into the primary code of the game?
  5. Whoops, my mistake. My brain fell into football mode for a minute (Madden). I meant "Dynasty Mode" not "Franchise Mode."
  6. Has anyone who has played this mod been able to get through the post season and into a World Series (in Franchise Mode)? Each time I try, it crashes. Thanks.
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