SteelRoad wrote:and it SHOULD be (forgot to add Program Files x86 since Steam is installed on a slave HD and not the same one Windows is on)
"SET rw=D:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\railworks"
I will try this fix when I get home. You guys have been more than helpful and very patient with this new guy :)
NOPE, it will NOT work as you wrote above, the quotation mark is in the wrong place (in red collor above)!
If Windows is on drive C: and Steam in the slave HDD then the correct is just:
If only Windows is on drive C: and all other programs on drive D: (which BTW is very rare) then the correct is:
SET rw="D:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\railworks"
Small detail when writing the statement that makes (or not) the batch work.
These will work also (with no quotation), once the path have no space:
SET rw=F:\Steam\steamapps\common\railworks (this is my case, my Steam is on my second master HDD, I have 3 HDD installed)
When the path has any space the whole path must be written between quotations, for example:
SET rw="D:\My Games\Steam\steamapps\common\railworks"
This is why is advisable always use the quotations, for those not used to MS-DOS commands.