Copy & Paste this (below) over the bottom of your dlclist replacing the similar lines you have (as long as you still have those mods installed):
Then save the file & drag & drop it in OpenIV & replace original here:
The '<Paths>' lines have one 'Tab' (the key above Caps Lock) in front of them while all the '<Item>dlcpacks:\ww2pack</Item>' etc lines have 2 Tabs in front of them.
Note: It all works as long as the syntax is correct. It doesn't have to be tabs in front of the lines just any blank character (Space for example will work too, I just use tabs as it's easier to align everything simply). Really the spaces are just there to aid you in being able to see & interpret the syntax easily. They are not part of the code. The game doesn't even see/read them. The spaces are just for you human so you can easily see where sections of it start & finish etc
For example, a 'dlclist.xml' will even work like this:
with no spaces in front of any of the lines. Syntax is all that matters here. As long as it is correct the game will read the information whether there are spaces all over the place or not.
If you use other characters (like the dots I see appearing in yours), that can & most probably will break things (depending on how the game interprets the extra characters). You want to make sure you get rid of all of those dot things in the last 4 lines of your dlclist (in your screenshot above)
Just copy mine from the top of this post or alternatively, manually clean up the file using copy/paste/cut/delete/backspace/ etc to get rid of the dots & make it look like what I have above. You can align lines by copying & pasting the blank spaces from lines above the one you are editing.
If you install the XMLTools plugin for Notepad++ it will tell you if the syntax is broken. I think it is set to automatically check a file when you open it as default (a little box will pop up indicating the line where the syntax error originates) but if not you can check a file manually by going:
In Notepad++ > 'Plugins' Tab > 'XML Tools' > 'Check XML syntax now'
Just above 'Check XML syntax now' is a tickbox to 'Enable XML syntax auto-check'. If ticked, any file you open will be checked for errors automatically.
Install it, install it now, it will save your life sooner or later