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Best Answer TechAngel85 , 15 February 2017 - 12:50 AM

I would make sure the drivers are up-to-date: https://www-ssl.inte...ort/detect.html and https://www-ssl.inte.../000005629.html

Past that, I'm not too sure how much help I can be. I'm still running Windows 7 and I've never tried to run the game on Intel Graphics.

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#1 aeksel

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Posted 14 February 2017 - 10:27 PM

Hi, I saw a previous topic on this but it didn't get resolved and I am having the same problem. 

I am on Windows 10, used the STEP guide, tried Wrapper and Injector Version (separately of course), installed DX9 Runtime. I've searched multiple forums and some users recommended putting  dxgi and d3d11 files in your Skyrim folder, although another user here said you shouldn't. I tried both ways, neither worked.

Only thing I saw that helped a lot of people was remove d3d9.dll file (then install DX9 Runtime). I did that, which prevented crashing. but now I can run without crash, however ENBs do not show up in game. I have tried multiple different ENBs, no change. My enblocal ini setting here is false UsePatchSpeedhackWithoutGraphics=false, where I saw some users had it as true, preventing ENBS from showing. When I used the injector version I tried setting the enbinjector.ini to load skse first (ProcessName0=skse_loader.exe) along with the skyrimlauncher and tesv followed because some people couldn't get it to work bc of skse.

So i decided to see if skse was the problem and it was not, launching via tesv.exe did not load the ENB either.

 

I am launching SKSE via ModOrganizer, but I did not see any information that MO caused a problem with loading ENBs. If that is the issue what could I do to solve it? I am not sure what I am doing wrong or if I am missing something blatantly obvious. I am trying to use Megatherium ENB but kept my own enblocal.ini file tweaked to the STEP guide so here is that file:

 

 
Is there any other helpful information I should provide? I didn't think computer specs applied because it runs just fine, its just an issue with the ENB showing up in-game for this OS.
 

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#2 TechAngel85

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Posted 14 February 2017 - 10:48 PM

You have to have the d3d9.dll from ENBSeries to run it. So if you deleted it, you'll have to put it back and then make sure you add it and enbhost.exe to your antivirus exclusion list. You can probably just add the Skyrim folder to that list so that it'll ignore everything in the folder.



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Posted 14 February 2017 - 11:31 PM

You have to have the d3d9.dll from ENBSeries to run it. So if you deleted it, you'll have to put it back and then make sure you add it and enbhost.exe to your antivirus exclusion list. You can probably just add the Skyrim folder to that list so that it'll ignore everything in the folder.

Ok then perhaps the person who deleted it was only using it for ENBoost?... I apologize, there is just a lot of misinformation and confusion about Windows 10 because it has so many issues with how Skyrim and games run. Maybe adding a small blurb about Windows 10 on the STEP wiki would help for those of us that use it. And maybe adding a list of misconceptions/misinformation, since I was told the d3d11 file would work and such.

I do have Firewall and Windows Defender disabled though.

 

Edit: I added exceptions to both files but I still get crashing upon startup. My MO log said this:

 

INFO (22:37:30.0627): Windows Exception (c0000005). Origin: "C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\igdusc32.dll" (5df7daeb). Last hooked call: struct HINSTANCE__ *__stdcall LoadLibraryW_rep(const wchar_t *)

 

So it's another Windows Exception crash? I've had so many of these crashes before, but I moved my games out of Program files into C:\Games so it shouldnt happen anymore. But I see this one says SYSTEM32. I'm not sure what that file is though...


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Posted 15 February 2017 - 12:13 AM

The d3d11 file is for DirectX 11 games, hence the "11". Skyrim runs DirectX 9. SSE is DirectX 11, though. A quick google search came up with igdusc32.dll being part of the Intel HD Graphics Drivers for Windows. Are you using Intel HD Graphics on your laptop or from the CPU, or do you have a dedicated graphics card?



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Posted 15 February 2017 - 12:26 AM

The d3d11 file is for DirectX 11 games, hence the "11". Skyrim runs DirectX 9. SSE is DirectX 11, though. A quick google search came up with igdusc32.dll being part of the Intel HD Graphics Drivers for Windows. Are you using Intel HD Graphics on your laptop or from the CPU, or do you have a dedicated graphics card?

I'm using the Intel Graphics from the laptop


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Posted 15 February 2017 - 12:50 AM   Best Answer

I would make sure the drivers are up-to-date: https://www-ssl.inte...ort/detect.html and https://www-ssl.inte.../000005629.html

Past that, I'm not too sure how much help I can be. I'm still running Windows 7 and I've never tried to run the game on Intel Graphics.



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Posted 15 February 2017 - 01:03 AM

I would make sure the drivers are up-to-date: https://www-ssl.inte...ort/detect.html and https://www-ssl.inte.../000005629.html

Past that, I'm not too sure how much help I can be. I'm still running Windows 7 and I've never tried to run the game on Intel Graphics.

I double-checked and all my drivers are up to date. All right then I guess I may just have to say it's a problem with the OS or Intel Graphics, maybe a combo of both. In any case thank you for the help. I appreciate it.


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Posted 11 November 2017 - 09:13 AM

Bumping this thread as I have a fairly similar problem. I am working from a clean installation of Skyrim on Windows 10. I have downloaded and installed the ENB core files and patches, changed the skyrimpref.ini file as instructed, and installed OrganicENB v2 but nothing happens when I launch the game. I see the ENB message in the top left corner of the screen but the game remains vanilla. I cannot bring up the ENB GUI either.

 

I have spent quite a bit of time searching for an answer on google but no luck. Does anyone have any ideas? I'm pretty desperate at this point.


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