Last year, the PC I'd been using for several years gave up the ghost, but the hard drive I'd been using was still fundtioning. A friend built a new gaming computer for me from components I had and he contributed, and he installed both a new hard drive (C:) and the old one (E:) linked so that I could move files from one to the other. The operating system he installed is Windows 10.
I was delighted to discover that when I copied my old Sierra folder from the old hard drive to the new, faster one, I could run the various application (65, 66, 67, 69) files and play the game with my old settings still in place. Unfortunately, when I tried copying the GPLSecrets folder to the C drive and tried to run the GEMP2 application file so that I could assign the AAIOM track for use with the various mods, I got an error message about a missing file and assume that GEM has no idea how to find the Sierra/GPL folders/files that I copied from E to C.
Is there any way to manually make text changes to a file or files under GPL so that my mods "see" the AAIOM circuit. If not, what do I need to do? Can I re-install GEM+ and "point" it to the current location of my GPL game files, or will I have to start from scratch with a completely fresh installation of game, mods, and tracks?
Thanks in advice for the solution/advice, no matter how painful.
Edited by Wee Scot, Jun 19 2019 - 12:59 AM.