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Just fold at the dotted line and cut it out with a pair of scissors. If you are under the age of 16 please ask one of your parents or an adult supervisor if she/he can help you.
I'm not sure if you've mentioned before, but are you playing on disc or on a download? It probably won't matter in this instance but it can affect other things.
If you need a clean start, recover your saved games by using the .sv5.bak files, uninstall the game, and reinstall it. If you want to get rid of the mods altogether then delete your Objdata folder entirely before reinstalling as doing so won't delete the Locomotion folder, it will only replace files with the same names as its included files.
See above. Nothing gets deleted if you uninstall old CS games.
You're not making any files. If you mean the .bak files, I'm talking about the backup that LocoMod makes automatically when you edit a file. Rename "savegame.sv5.bak" to just "savegame.sv5" and there's your old saved file. I only brought this up as a solution to you not being able to use saved games anymore.
As for this, I'm not sure. Since you're using a disc version, everything should be in the same folder as the split-folder issue is unique to downloadable versions. Go into LocoMod and go to load a saved game. Make sure it's taking you to C:\Program Files (x86)\Atari\Locomotion\Single Player Saved Games (just click to go up a folder a few times to see where you started).
In general, please consider troubleshooting on your own as well. Mod-specific questions won't be easily answered with intuition alone, but some of these problems seem to be the PC itself of compatibility. We can provide insight, but only you have access to your computer so there's no way for me to see what's going on from your end.
Edit for new reply: Mods are not on the official release of the game. It will not remove or replace them because it doesn't recognize them, but it will replace all of the items in the base game. And yes, having it split between both Program Files folders is a problem. It would be an incredible hassle to look through everything so just reinstall the game taking care to note which folder it gets installed to. And only interact with that folder thereafter.
I would say delete the entire Locomotion folder in regular Program files and leave the one in Program Files (x86), however.
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