How do I find the connex comeng exe file?!?!

 
  boomgatez Station Staff

Location: Bendigo, Victoria
Hello, I am 9-10 years old, And I recently downloaded the connex comeng for MSTS/Open Rails and I have read the readme text file, It say's launch the 'exe file' and I scatterd all over the files but could not see the .exe file, I searched everywhere in that file but yet failed to find the exe file, If somebody could help me find the .exe file and or just installing, where to get the exe file etc, all help would be appreciated! Very Happy

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  Mr. Lane Chief Commissioner

Hello, I am 9-10 years old, And I recently downloaded the connex comeng for MSTS/Open Rails and I have read the readme text file, It say's launch the 'exe file' and I scatterd all over the files but could not see the .exe file, I searched everywhere in that file but yet failed to find the exe file, If somebody could help me find the .exe file and or just installing, where to get the exe file etc, all help would be appreciated! Very Happy
boomgatez
By default in Windows file name extensions are hidden. Make sure you have Windows set to show file name extensions, then you can probably find what you are looking for.
  cityrail-rulez Chief Train Controller

Hello, I am 9-10 years old, And I recently downloaded the connex comeng for MSTS/Open Rails and I have read the readme text file, It say's launch the 'exe file' and I scatterd all over the files but could not see the .exe file, I searched everywhere in that file but yet failed to find the exe file, If somebody could help me find the .exe file and or just installing, where to get the exe file etc, all help would be appreciated! Very Happy
boomgatez
Click on the "application" file mate Smile that is what we call an .exe or .msi and can also be a simple term for it "Installer file" Very Happy

Examples "ApplicationName.exe" and "ApplicationName.msi"
Let us know how if you get it working Smile
  ARG706 Chief Commissioner

Location: SA
It's possible that the extensions are hidden on your OS, hence the .zip/.exe file being mysterious.

Generally downloads should appear in the browser you're using.

From there:

-Correctly identify the name of the downloaded file.
-Navigate to the folder containing it.
-Run the executable or zip.
-Check that it's directed towards the appropriate MSTS folder.
-Hit install.

You may need to create a consist to run it. I personally don't think I've used this addon, so I can't say whether or not it comes with consists.

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