Removing a Mod

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Sc00bs
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Removing a Mod

Post by Sc00bs »

Is there a way of removing a mod i installed with easymod?

Realisty
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Re: Removing a Mod

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It can not be done automatically ....you either have to do it manually step by step or put a backup back from before you installed the mod

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Re: Removing a Mod

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If it's the last MOD you added you will have backups in forum/admin/mods/the_mod_name/backups

You can remove the .txt suffix and reload them back on to the server in the correct place.

If it's not the last MOD you added you need to do it by hand by going back through the MOD install instructions backwards and undo what they did.
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Re: Removing a Mod

Post by Lumpy Burgertushie »

you simply go to the mod history, click on details and down at the bottom of the page will be a drop down menu, choose restore backups or delete record.

you can't do both so I would choose restore backups and you can remove the database record manually if you want to.

keeping in mind that if it is not the last MOD you installed, you might lose any MODs you installed after it.

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