Elias wrote:The best way would be to open the install file of your MOD and manually edit all the your board's files that were edited, modifying everything back to how it was.
This may be to no avail, but that doesn't address the fact that automod "thinks" the mod is installed, when it isn't. The database modification worked and no error was reported. When the message that running the mod's installer was required, is when the trouble started, because when I clicked on the link, there was no script to run because it hadn't been copied to the root directory.
So, it appears I'm now forced to do the one thing I sought to avoid and installed automod for, in the firstplace...do the whole thing by hand, one file at a time.
Sorry if I sound angry. I blame myself for using automod, untested, to install a mod I regard as critical.