AMS has two locations where it stores user settings, one being the steamapps\common\automobilista\userdata folder and the other one being in Documents\Automobilista\Userdata
I don't know what triggers AMS to use either one of them, but AMS also uses the config file of whatever directory it wants to use.
I had that issue too, when I ran Win8.1 on my laptop, it'd use the Documents folder but since I went to Win10, it uses the steamapps folder.
But if they're really just gone and deleted from every possible directory, then there must be a problem with read-write access. Make sure AMS folder has write access too, as it's most likely stored in (urgh) Program Files(x86)
Post by Jonatan Acerclinth on May 3, 2020 19:13:14 GMT
Sadly the start ended my race.
Looked like a car a few rows ahead of us had a slow start but I only noticed a second into the start and was allready going, saw Ricardo slowing up and tried to slow up and head right but couldn't as Ricardo went the same way, flew over his rear wheel and then got hit in the rear and bent the rear right track-rod which sadly made the car undrivable.
Was good fun to do a few more laps in practice and talking ridiculous stuff with Anders especially so will see how Silverstone is to drive when it is put up, tried on a different version I have and it seems ok, just don't enjoy it so will need someone to battle
Post by Jules Bouchard on May 3, 2020 20:10:46 GMT
I had a decent race with a good start. I got up to 11th by the end of lap one. I qualified on race tires so I probably would have started higher than 24th, but I'm glad I didn't after seeing the start.
Throughout the race there was quite a bit of stuttering and random screen freezes which made it difficult though, and put me in the gravel a few times. Not sure if anyone else had this but rFactor has that as well.
I was lucky to deflate one of my rears (wasn't even pushing and the car slid) close to the pits and I still barely made it back for new tires. I appreciate the work on the physics but they couldn't have been this unforgiving in real life.