NPC not ragdoling when I shoot them
I tried looking online but I cant find anything dose anyone know how to fix this? vide: https://outplayed.tv/media/Q4LvYr
Not sure what the issue is, never seen that before, but maybe try test installing a few of the ragdoll mods from the main site & see if that clears it up. If so, at least you'll have a shortlist of what files the issue potentially resides in.
Make backups first before installing them & you can revert & diagnose the issue if need be. 7zip can extract '.oiv' installers (right-click '.oiv' > 7zip > Extract here/Extract to... etc) & allow you to read the 'assembly.xml' so you can see what files the '.oiv' installs & where, if any of them are packaged like that etc. Then you know what '.rpf' archives to backup first etc.
ive tried a couple dif ragdoll mods none of have fixed it i might just have uninstall all my mods
Do it in parts, temporarily rename your 'scripts' folder & load the game to see if the issue is in there. Try the same thing with your 'mods' folder after.
If removing/renaming your 'mods' folder fixes it, try a diagnostic 'mods' folder rebuild (see basics below), if not, verify your game's integrity using one of these methods:
- Steam: https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=2037-QEUH-3335
- EpicGames: https://www.epicgames.com/help/en-US/technical-support-c90/general-support-c91/how-do-i-verify-game-files-in-the-epic-games-launcher-a3638
- RockstarLauncher: https://support.rockstargames.com/articles/360036000713
Diagnostic 'mods' Folder Rebuild:
Basically, rename your current 'mods' folder to something else & create a new empty folder in it's place called 'mods' & then move files/folder structures over from your old folder to the new one, one at a time, loading the game inbetween each change, until you find the rough location of what is causing it.
After a general location is found, use the same principle of moving files/folders in & out of that location to figure out what '.rpf' causes the issue & then the same within the archive to figure out what archive folder structure/file is the root cause.
If the issue exists within your 'mods' folder, That^ method is guaranteed to be able to find & identify it. From there, either replace the file with a vanilla working version or diagnose further & fix whatever's broken etc.