Best Answer GrantSP , 27 February 2016 - 06:30 PM
MO 'hooks' the executables it manages so that they can be 'tricked' into seeing the so-called VFS. Fallout calls xlive.dll to manage the interaction with Windows Live but it can't find it because MO has 'hooked' it (Fallout3.exe) and the code is looking in the wrong location.
I doubt you can still get any interaction with Fallout 3 on Windows Live, if you can I find that remarkable.
The end result though is you can not get MO to manage Fallout 3 AND have Games for Windows Live active.Go to the full post