Is it possible to have a folder with mods be connected to steam, and a vanilla folder with FiveM installed in another directory?


#1

Was wondering this, I want to have my folder with mods be connected to Steam while FiveM is installed in the vanilla folder, would appreciate any help.


#2

I simply create different directories. For example, I have Grand Theft Auto V - FiveM for my FiveM related stuff, Grand Theft Auto V (vanilla GTA for recording the singleplayer), and Grand Theft Auto V - LSPDFR where I keep my LSPDFR series mods and things. It’s a pain when an update is released, but I typically just copy the normal Grand Theft Auto V folder to the others. It’s not ideal, but it works and keeps things where they are meant to be :smile:


#3

Think you could help me with that? Would greatly appreciate it, I had an issue when I had my mods folder in an alternate folder, where my LSPDFR wasn’t working so I just deleted it all.


#4

I just copy+pasted the base (non-modified) GTA V directory and renamed it each time. My FiveM directory was set to the directory with FiveM in the name (Grand Theft Auto V - FiveM), etc. As far as I know it was as simple as that, nothing really had to be setup or changed (that I can remember).


#5

Only wondering how to get FiveM to launch from the non modified folder, just can’t figure that out.


#6

I’m not sure what you mean. Simply install FiveM and select your GTA V directory and that should do it.


#7

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