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Best Answer Greg , 23 November 2018 - 10:50 AM

The most likely reason is that you didn't unblock ModOrganizer*.7z before you extracted the files and Windows and/or .NET Framework doesn't trust the DLLs because they are blocked. To resolve this, you'll need to open the Mod Organizer folder in Windows Explorer, right click + Properties on all *.exe and *.dll files one at a time, click Unblock, and click OK.

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#1 Kagiri

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Posted 23 November 2018 - 07:39 AM

Whenever I tried to install Project Nevada in Mod Organizer 2, I get this error.

 

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I've done a fair bit of searching on google on how to fix this, but I still have no idea how to, I was hoping that someone here could perhaps lend me a hand.

 


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Posted 23 November 2018 - 09:13 AM

Whenever I tried to install Project Nevada in Mod Organizer 2, I get this error.

 

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I've done a fair bit of searching on google on how to fix this, but I still have no idea how to, I was hoping that someone here could perhaps lend me a hand.

It also happens when I try to install MCM, so I assume it has something to do with MO2 than Project Nevada.


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Posted 23 November 2018 - 10:50 AM   Best Answer

The most likely reason is that you didn't unblock ModOrganizer*.7z before you extracted the files and Windows and/or .NET Framework doesn't trust the DLLs because they are blocked. To resolve this, you'll need to open the Mod Organizer folder in Windows Explorer, right click + Properties on all *.exe and *.dll files one at a time, click Unblock, and click OK.



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Posted 23 November 2018 - 11:41 AM

The most likely reason is that you didn't unblock ModOrganizer*.7z before you extracted the files and Windows and/or .NET Framework doesn't trust the DLLs because they are blocked. To resolve this, you'll need to open the Mod Organizer folder in Windows Explorer, right click + Properties on all *.exe and *.dll files one at a time, click Unblock, and click OK.

Thank you good sir. :)


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