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DingRinging

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I'm having trouble with keeping my xp on silent mode if i do clean install.

before all you needed to do was replace et key with your own but that option dais not work on silent mode

i would like to no what i need to replace to keep my xp


Edited by DingRinging, 23 April 2015 - 11:54 AM.



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You need to backup and restore the "silent.dat" file in the Silent folder.  That is what Silent mod knows you by.

 

If you 'clean install' ET then the first Silent server that you join gives you the file as it installs the Silent Mod into your new Silent folder.

 

If you ever reinstall, you should save your etkey from \etmain and your silent.dat file from \Silent.

 

Silent.dat does not contain your Sil_guid.  It is presumably used as a "seed" number to generate your actual Silent guid, much as etkey does for the PB-guid (cl_guid).



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TY

I Have Copy of all my et files

i did the ET key befor but it did not restor my silent xp so i just need right file to replace

witch you are saying is silent.dat

ill give it a try and ty again



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Yes, restore both files from backup.  :)






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