Then specify it. Many problems in IT are there just because someone "forgot" to say something that was important. I know that going out of your way to be as helpful as possible is a waste of time in most cases, but the very least you could've done was give *some* details. There was a solution to the problem you seem to have, posted in this very thread, and if you wanted to get anything more instead of an irate IT-guy, you could have stated that you see the solution but don't know how to apply it/are afraid to do something wrong. And since I just say that, to be of any help instead of being an ass, I'll say this: whenever you get an error message about some icon missing, you can copy another icon of the same size (that is easily differentiated by whether said icon ends with "32", "64", or neither) and change the name of the copy so that it matches the one you got on the error message. The copy can be placed either in the game's icon folder ("/skills", now it's all dependant on whether you know where the game folder actually is), or in the corresponding folder of the mod (depending on whether you install mods packed or unpacked, that might not be viable [in the first case it isn't, in the second it is]), as the game checks both locations for files. That is not a justification, though I'll do accept that it is not your fault the mod requires icons from the expansion. Still, even that does not justify not stating what *exactly* your problem is. You stated what your problem was *allegedly*, and I gave you the solution to the problem you stated you have, while chiding you for not being able to use the solution I posted. That you saw the solution and weren't able to use it, and thus that your problem is different from the one you stated you had, is something I couldn't know because I'm not a mind reader and you didn't give me enough information. This is irrelevant, to be honest. Whether you have a problem and whether you are able to do anything about it is not reliant on your completion of the game. IT guy's intuition. If you haven't been able to ask properly, then you couldn't get through the first problem. You can call me an ass for that if you want to, I don't really mind. That being said, if you do have any questions or want a more hands-on walk through the process, you can ask and I'll reply; just be sure to write what is it that you have problems with, what is your OS, how did you get your copy of DoD (I mean, whether you got it from Steam/Desura/anywhere else), and possibly how you installed your mods, but the last one is optional. Just try to be more specific whenever you want someone's help and you should be fine. For the record, if there's anything you have tried on your own, or if there's anything you aren't sure you can do, it's good to write about it. The same about the solutions you have tried, and about those you have seen but have yet to try. Writing about that is good for two reasons. First, it makes the guys who know how to help you more sympathetic, because they know you aren't being lazy and actually exerted an effort. And second, it's just easier to help if you have more information about the problem, especially if we aren't there directly. tl;dr: Just try to include more information when you write, since it's difficult to help if you don't know enough. Also, the solution is near the top, I hope it helps any.