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#1 Squaresoft

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Posted 19 March 2016 - 11:52 AM

Hello there, I'm new at STEP but mostly.. new TO SKYRIM,

I only played Morrowind for years (and Oblivion for hours, can't stick to it) and Skyrim seems like the future, but never gave him a chance,
I plan to do my first run EVER with STEP included, since the improvements looks like a must-have (NARC like mods)

 

To the point:

I downloaded every single mod, Core + Non-Core,

And installed every single mod (All 231) in order, following every single step STRICTLY,

Including 2.N. Patches.

 

The game runs flawlessly so far! (just played a few minutes to give a feedback) and noticed I forgot something in the very beginning,

I never cleaned the main 3 expansions, still, I cleaned the UPDATE.esm

 

Can I clean Dawnguard, Dragonborn and Heartfires without breaking anything?..

If I should clean those files but will have to re-run patches and so,

Can someone give me a small guide on what patches to re-run?..

 

My fear comes since surely I'll have to rename them to the new "Cleaned Dawnguard" since I have an HDD, and I think the name change will generate problems,

 

I'm trying not to be a noob, bothering people with simple questions,

did my best to learn from every single tool (TES5Edit, MO, skse, etc) and clearly understood almost everything I did thru the entire guide,

 

My doubts came at 2.N. with those advanced patches,

I barely understood many things to say "oh, I installed this new mod, this means I'll have to patch blah blah blah'' in the future without guides,

 

Seeing you soon with some feedback! ::): .


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#2 TechAngel85

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Posted 19 March 2016 - 12:16 PM

You can clean them without any issues. The name change isn't an issue. The files will still be the xxx.ESM names in the end so it's not an issue. The name of the mod in the left pane is just whatever the user wants it to be and has effect on the outcome.



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Posted 19 March 2016 - 01:32 PM

AFF!, So glad to hear that! Let's start enjoying Skyrim, Thank you for the quick response!,

 

Edit: I found that I receive a ''<Warning: Plugin contains 57 deleted NavMeshes which can not be undeleted>'' error when I try to undelete and disable references,

This is my log, if it's useful for you guys.

 


Edited by Kelmych, 19 March 2016 - 02:05 PM.

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#4 Kelmych

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Posted 19 March 2016 - 02:08 PM

You can't do anything about undeleted navmeshes in the the DLCs. Don't clean skyrim.esm, by the way.

 

When you enter long lists it helps if they are put inside spoiler tags. Select the "code" ("<>")icon in the ribbon and then select code type spoiler.



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Posted 19 March 2016 - 02:29 PM

You can't do anything about undeleted navmeshes in the the DLCs. Don't clean skyrim.esm, by the way.

 

When you enter long lists it helps if they are put inside spoiler tags. Select the "code" ("<>")icon in the ribbon and then select code type spoiler.

Sorry, noticed I should not have placed a long code, but missed I could have used that spoiler code,

Used to the easy access Spoiler button,

 

No, of course I won't clean skyrim.esm, just ticking it as the guide says, Thanks Gand..Kelmych ::): ,


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