This guide will explain how you can fix the VGame directory error when trying to launch SFM.
Environment ErrorThe current mod is from a different directory than your executable.This can be caused by running a tool from one product while the current mod is from a different product.The mod can be set from the SDK.(Path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\SourceFilmmaker\game)(VGAME: D:\username\Steam\steamapps\common\SourceFilmmaker\game)
Lucky for you, the fix is simple!
>Head to your system properties which can be found in the header when you go to “This PC” in the Windows Explorer.
>On the left to your properties, there should be a button labeled “Advanced system settings”. Click that.
>Look for environment variables. This should be at the bottom of the “Advanced Settings” tab.
>You should get a scary menu with a bunch of directories. Good job, let’s fix the V-type variables.
>Now, for each of these V-type vars, you want to click Edit, then change their directories to where the sfm is CURRENTLY installed on your pc.
>Once you fix those directories, save these settings and restart your pc.
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