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By Kim Shien
I need help about NAM...
When I choose the icon, but can't build the road...arrow also red color.
I use WINDOWS 10 X64, RAM 16GB, Display Adapter is NVidia GeForce 930A
My SimCity game also already updated to 1.640...
Can anyone give suggestion what can I do or something...please, thanks.
Welcome to the NAM General Support Topic. Please post your questions concerning NAM 36 and its components here.
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The NAM requires SimCity 4 Deluxe/Rush Hour Version 1.1.638 or later. It will not run on Original SimCity 4 (any Version 1.0.x of SC4) and attempting to run it on Original SimCity 4 will cause the game to crash. Because of the massive changes to how transit networks are handled in SimCity 4 Deluxe/Rush Hour, it is not possible to make a version of the NAM that is compatible with Original SimCity 4 (ditto with 99.999% of all custom content out there, which requires Rush Hour/Deluxe).
Note: This list is continually undergoing additions and construction.
Here, you will find answers to some frequently asked questions regarding the NAM, including common technical support issues. It also covers optional NAM Components, like the RHW, SAM, etc. If your question is not answered here, the quickest way to get a response is generally by posting in the NAM Issues Thread at SC4 Devotion, or the NAM General Support Topic at Simtropolis. Please note that this particular thread is not intended for asking new questions or commenting. Any irrelevant posts will either be moved or deleted by the site staff.
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Network Addon Mod Version 36
Please Note: Due to Apple's removal of Rosetta, we are no longer offering a separate NAM for Mac package, and will not provide technical support to Mac users. We recommend that Mac users run the Windows version, using either a dual-boot system (e.g. Bootcamp) or a kernel layer like WineSkin.
NAM Common Technical Support Issues
1. Why am I getting a red arrow, preventing me from placing certain puzzle pieces, like Avenue Roundabouts or RHW pieces?
2. What is the correct order for installing the NAM and its Plugins?
3. After installing the latest NAM, why do my Railroads, Light Rail and Monorail no longer work?
4. Why is my game crashing to desktop after placing puzzle pieces?
5. What is going on with the traffic simulator options?
6. After installing the latest NAM, why are there missing textures at my Road intersections?
7. What is BSC Cleanitol?
8. Should I DatPack the NAM?
9. When is the next NAM coming out? Or the next RHW, etc.?
On slope transition Elevated Dragable Rail to Rail !
Elevated plopable rail pieces are nice with a pair of on slope transition pieces; elevated dragable rail however doesn´t yet have one. Caribou Long slope to ground and underground are nice but a straight like level embankment sollution like the above mentioned transition would be nice !
So I have been learning to use the RHW component of the NAM, and today I noticed that when I connect Flex ramps to road networks, I get a blank tile on the RHW side of the intersection, like so:
I tried a fresh install of the NAM, but that didn't solve it, so I was wondering if it's being caused by the way I'm connecting the networks. I don't have this problem if the ramp runs right through the road, but that doesn't look great either. If anyone has any advice on this, it would be greatly appreciated.
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