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#1 croc

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Posted 19 February 2017 - 10:36 PM

As most may be aware, SKSE has undergone some 'revisions' of late.  Such as preload, crash fixes, etc.

 

While trying to make all this work in the context of Mod Organizer, I was ending up with three separate installs -SKSE, the memory patch, and the crashfix.  When finished, upon launch I always got a msg about not having memory configured correctly.  (Of course, I had commented out the entire memory section per Sheson's newer instructions) 

 

In the end, I made a 'data' folder, and under that a 'SKSE' and a 'Scripts' folder.  In the SKSE folder I added the  modified SKSE.ini file, made a 'Plugins' folder, and into the plugins folder I added the three crashfixplugin files and the two memoryblockslog files.

 

I then copied over all of the scripts into the scripts folder (including the 'src' folder, just because...)

 

Finally, I archived (I use 7zip) the 'data' folder with all of the above into a 7z file that I called (DUH!!!) SKSE.  Mod Organizer installed this justfinethankyou, and no more nasty grams about memory issues.  There may be issues down the line with mods that also add plugin files, (PapyrusUtils comes to mind), but we will see.

 

Any comments on where, how or if I went wrong, please feel free. 

 

In my defense, I am returning to Skyrim after a significant absence and I have never used Mod Organizer til now.


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#2 croc

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Posted 19 February 2017 - 11:04 PM

Edit:  I went back and changed the memoryblocklog.ini file to

 

";true=..\Skyrim\Data\skse\plugins\MemoryBlocksLog.log
;false=..\Skyrim\MemoryBlocksLog.log
DefaultLogLocation=false" as it was ending up in my overwrite folder...  PITA, but there it is.


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#3 remlnx

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Posted 20 February 2017 - 05:32 AM

If you are using Crash fixes enable the memory block option and totally avoid/remove the skse.ini part for the memory patch. The crash fixes memory block option makes skse.ini memory patch obsolete and useless

This mean you also don't need the SSME patch and need to avoid it

Sent from my Huawei Mate 9

Edited by remlnx, 20 February 2017 - 05:34 AM.

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