thanks i try it .
for information i just try with link dyndolodx64 for see with SE , but surprise it working for my oldrim with dyndolod x64
but also exception report
The different CPU platforms x86/x64 of DynDOLOD have nothing to do with the different game versions. DynDOLOD defaults to Skyrim. You need to add -sse command line parameter to start it in Skyrim SE mode. I suggest to read the included manual.
As you can see from screenshot, the error is quite different this time compared to the log you uploaded earlier. It appears to have generated all selected worldspaces without error. It rather failed building the reference info to make a report about missing nifs. At this point the all the LOD is generated completely, once the last LODGen.exe finishes you can close 'x' DynDOLOD and it should prompt to save the DynDOLOD.esp and then proceed as normal by installing the generated output.
This error suggests a problem with a plugin. Use xEdit to check all plugins for errors and fix them. Start with the plugin mentioned before the error at load order 15 hex / 21 decimal.
I also suggest to not install DynDOLOD into special windows folders like Program Files or Users / Documents.
I suggest to not generate LOD for Bruma / BS Heartland. It may be a good idea to disable the mod for generation and see if things work more smoothly.
i follow your instruction , first step with (Dlc01FalmerValley ) only , good , success , dyndolod.esp create and install. Also i see overwrite Spring forest overhaul of Moebius only.
But i try in next step with over worlspace and.... CRASH SYSTEM with Green Screen Window STOP¨CODE ,
also i write themselve the message of microsoft for my computer.
Driver IRQL notless or Equal
your version of Window Insider Has encountered a problem and needs to be restarted
We simply collect information about errors and you can restart.
Blue / Green screen of death and problems that affect the entire computer/OS are typically a hardware or overclocking problem. Make sure cooling works well and that CPU, memory settings in BIOS are correct.
Edited by sheson, 08 August 2017 - 05:15 PM.