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@@ruben11450 CFSM moves corrupt songs which can not be repaired to the Rocksmith root folder.  Look in subfolder "cfsm/remastered/corrupt" or ""cfsm/remastered/maxfive".  CFSM does not delete any CDLC unless you choose to.  You can also restore the corrupt CDLC using CFSM Song Manager, 'Files' toolstrip menu item, 'Restore'  dropdown item and then '.max' or '.cor'.

 

Let me know if that solves it for you.

 

EDIT: In new beta versions of CFSM, the 'cfsm/remastered' folder is now located in 'My Documents/CFSM'.  This was changed to eliminate some issues with OS Permissions and AV false alarms.  The new versions of CFSM will copy all older folders and files to the new correct locations.

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Also, in each of both cases, how can i repair the CDLC when its corrupt, and when, in the other case, it excedes the max arrangements?

When CFSM marks a CDLC as corrupt, it usually means that it's severely corrupt and can only be manually repaired (using RS Toolkit and Editor on Fire)

The exact repair process depends on what's the problem with the particular CDLC, whether it's a problem with missing tones, corrupt arrangements or something else. (CFMS's repair log should give you a general idea about the problem, though)

 

As for repairing songs that exceede max arrangment number (if that's what you were asking): before you start the repair process, click on "Max Five Arrangements" button in Repairs tab, select which arrangement(s) it should remove in a CDLC and start the repair process. 

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Also, in each of both cases, how can i repair the CDLC when its corrupt, and when, in the other case, it excedes the max arrangements?

When CFSM marks a CDLC as corrupt, it usually means that it's severely corrupt and can only be manually repaired (using RS Toolkit and Editor on Fire)

The exact repair process depends on what's the problem with the particular CDLC, whether it's a problem with missing tones, corrupt arrangements or something else. (CFMS's repair log should give you a general idea about the problem, though)

 

As for repairing songs that exceede max arrangment number (if that's what you were asking): before you start the repair process, click on "Max Five Arrangements" button in Repairs tab, select which arrangement(s) it should remove in a CDLC and start the repair process. 

 

Like for example this "- Repair failed ... There is tone name error in XML Arrangement: Lead  solo is not properly defined.

Use EOF to re-author custom tones or Notepad to attempt manual repair." 
what would you do?
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@@ruben11450 Do what the error message is telling you to do.  "Use EOF to re-author custom tones or Notepad to attempt manual repair."   If you don't understand the manual process then in CFSM 'Repairs' try checking 'Prevent Multitone Exceptions' and re-run the repair. 

 

In CFSM read the 'Help' menu item 'Repairs Help''.  Be sure to read Option #2.  It should give you a better understanding of the different repair options that are available.

 

If this doesn't fix it then you have some reading to do about how to use EOF and the toolkit to produce CDLC.  If you would like to know how to repair tones manually then start by reading this.

 

Howdy Lovro.  Good to hear from you.

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