No, do this i think this will work... open the module system and look for module_info.py open it and where you see the directory set it to the module you are using (native or whatever) and don't forget to use forward slashes not backward (cause a lot of frustration to me
) / not \
C:\Program Files (x86)\Mount&Blade\Modules\Native\modulesystem\ Wrong
Right (why are you typing the (x86).. that shouldnt be there.. it should only say program files i think)
If this doesn't work then add the x86
maybe it fixes it!
BTW if you didn't notice on the module_info.py script there is a paragraph with red letters! (read them next time, it helps with scripting)