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DynDOLOD error for Classic Skyrim

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#1 mizaru81



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Posted 10 January 2018 - 06:08 AM

So I'm getting this error message when trying to generate LODs for a new game:



[00:05:18.844]    References with z height = 0.0 were ignored by DynDOLOD.
[00:05:18.874]    A height of 0.0 indicates an unintentional wild edit. Check for floating objects near cell 0, 0 of the worldspace.
[00:05:18.890]    Below is a list the plugin names and the references:
[00:05:18.920]      White River Priory.esp [REFR:940100FB] (places TreeWinterAspen04 [TREE:02003ACB] in GRUP Cell Temporary Children of BleakwindBasinExterior01   [CELL:000099A2] (in Tamriel "Skyrim" [WRLD:0000003C] at 0,0))
[00:05:18.950]    Load plugin in xEdit.exe and remove the object(s). Clean plugin afterwards https://www.creation...uide_-_TES5Edit
[00:05:18.972]    If the cleaning process removed Identical To Master (ITM) records, generate LOD from scratch again.
[00:05:19.000]    In case references are ignored by mistake, post a report to https://forum.step-p...ndolod-support/
[00:05:19.054]    Exception in unit userscript line 324: Duplicate FormID [00009389] in file [D3] DynDOLOD.esp
[00:05:19.054]    Load entire load order in xEdit and check plugins for errors. Fix or remove plugins with errors.

I cleaned the ITMs for the "White River Priory.esp" and updated everything accordingly (DSR and my bashed patch) and deleted any previously generated LoDs (I'm using Detailed Terrain and Tree LoDs for the trees), yet I still get this message.  I've racked my brain over it for the past 3 hours and finally came to terms with asking for help.  What is causing this and why?  I've attached the entire log file just in case anyone needs to look at it.

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#2 sheson


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Posted 10 January 2018 - 06:22 AM

FAQ: Exception in unit xxx line xxx: Duplicate FormID [xxx] in file [xx] xxx.esp

A: There is a plugin in the load order that duplicates an existing form id. Check the load order for errors with xEdit.exe before generating LOD. Fix all errors. See this video for help.


Error message is not related to the message about the wild edit in White River Priory.esp


Could be a broken bashed patch. "Ignoring Bashed Patch, 0.esp. Please remove from load order if generating LOD does not complete successfully!"

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#3 mizaru81



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Posted 10 January 2018 - 06:44 AM

Apparently my sleep depravity got the better of me.  I didn't even think it would have been the bashed patch.  Thanks for that!  Now I gotta find out what's wrong with that lol.

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