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CDLC disappears after first time playing on remastered [MAC]

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Offline   aequitas


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I have a CDLC (Stereophonics - Dakota) that worked fine pre-remastered. Now since remastered I can play it the first time with no problem but after that it is gone from the list. When I create a new account it is back again (for that account) but after playing its gone again.


What fix/repair needs to be applied to this file to make it work properly?


I converted it to MAC from PC using the latest toolkit (2.8).

Online   missis sumner

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It sounds like it might be conflicting with another CDLC.


I'd try it on its own - remove all the other CDLCs from your folder (apart from Cherub Rock, of course).  Then see if you can play it more than once?

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