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Songs seem to install fine but I get an empty room


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Hello All.

I have been playing Rocksmith on Xbox for a while, and just switched to PC.

 

I have RS 2014 installed along with Cherub rock.  I downloaded a bunch of songs and they seem to install  into the game fine (I can select them, hear them playing, tune the guitar etc), but when I get into the actual game part, it's just an empty room.

 

I can play the guitar, and see the sound waves coming out of the amps, and hear the notes, but no game.  Is this a known problem and I forgot something? (it's happening on every song I dload).

 

I do have  a bunch of normal DLC working, but not the CDLC.

Thanks!

Rob

 

 

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Please read this thread in it's entirety: http://customsforge.com/topic/901-how-to-use-custom-dlcs-in-rs2014/You're missing the .dll file. The thread will explain everything for you.

The Led Zeppelin Discography thread

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