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Asseto Corsa Content Manager failing due to XML Parser 3.0


I have installed Steam and Asseto Corsa on a Windows 7-64 bits bottle and everything is working fine if i execute the game from Steam.
However, when I try to execute the 3rd party developer ContentManager.exe to mod the game, it fails all the time. (I had it on another bottle before and everything was working fine, so it is doable)
I made a New bottle with only the ContentManager.exe file without installing the dependancies and I tested it installing them one by one.
It worked every time until I installed XML Parser 3.0.
I am trying to uninstall it but the installation program does not give you the option and there is also no built in uninstaller for applications that I know or how i would use on a standard Windows version.

Would be fantastic to have some kind of easy application or mode to delete applications installed in a bottle kind of like uninstaller or programs and files on Windows.

Dependancies installed are:
Net Framework versions 2.0-2.0sp2-4.0-4.5.2-4.6.2-4.7.2
Ms Rich Edit versions 2.0-4.0
MSXML Parser 3.0

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance


Actually it was a problem with the .NET Framework installation having failed. I also deleted 4.7.2 and re-installed all C++ versions. Everything is working fine despite being a bit slow.
Once in the game everything good. Vanilla at 160 plus FPS.
Modded game with CM-CSP-and custom settings running at 55-60 fps

Can you elaborate on 'all C++ versions'? There's like 30 and I can't imagine you installed all.

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