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Is their a way to reset my game completely back to it as if I never played?


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1 minute ago, Cheif Operations Director said:

check, where do I find the directory

 Right click on kerbel space program, go to properties, select browse local files. It will open up the folder then delete everything in that folder it opens.

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1 minute ago, Cheif Operations Director said:

I'm no steam and some vanilla features are entirely missing from the game, I've tried, deleting, verifying game intergrity, everything but I can not find a way to "hard erase" the game back to its original state.

Redownload the game from where you bought it, delete your old game and reinstall 

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1 minute ago, linuxgurugamer said:

Once you delete the game in steam, open the directory and delete everything that remains

I'll check, where do I find the directory 

Just now, DoctorDavinci said:

Redownload the game from where you bought it, delete your old game and reinstall 

Already tried

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Just now, linuxgurugamer said:

 Right click on kerbel space program, go to properties, select browse local files. It will open up the folder then delete everything in that folder it opens.

That will delete squads code too though right?

I did delete it but I can not browse local game files.

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Just now, linuxgurugamer said:

1st uninstall. 2nd delete the directory. 3rd download and reinstall.  4th have fun

I can not delete the director  unless the game is installed.

It will not even let me access local files unless the game is downloaded 

I can not even find the directory

@linuxgurugamer

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47 minutes ago, Cheif Operations Director said:

I can not delete the director  unless the game is installed.

It will not even let me access local files unless the game is downloaded 

I can not even find the directory

@linuxgurugamer

  1. Have the game installed.
  2. Check Steam to find the local directory.
  3. Write that down.
  4. Delete the game from Steam
  5. Use Explorer to browse to the directory you wrote down.
  6. Delete it.
  7. If it doesn't exist, no biggie you were going to delete it anyway.
  8. Reinstall the game.
  9. If you're still having problems, we will need more information than "I'm still having problems."
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3 minutes ago, 5thHorseman said:
  1. Have the game installed.
  2. Check Steam to find the local directory.
  3. Write that down.
  4. Delete the game from Steam
  5. Use Explorer to browse to the directory you wrote down.
  6. Delete it.
  7. If it doesn't exist, no biggie you were going to delete it anyway.
  8. Reinstall the game.
  9. If you're still having problems, we will need more information than "I'm still having problems."

Where do I find this directory 

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2 hours ago, Cheif Operations Director said:

Where do I find this directory 

3 hours ago, 5thHorseman said:

Check Steam to find the local directory.

3 hours ago, linuxgurugamer said:

Right click on kerbel space program, go to properties, select browse local files. It will open up the folder then delete everything in that folder it opens.

 

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The launchsite should be found by hovering your mouse in the VAB above/near the launch button. Scroll down if necessary.

Logs will help the pros determine the problem.

How is stuff going? Feel free to ask us if you still have problems.

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