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#1 newusterthree

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Posted 21 March 2019 - 04:39 PM

Hello there!

Since updating Skyrim today I have the same error message with SSEEDit, no matter what I do:

 

 

[00:05] Background Loader: [Skyrim.exe] Processing completed
[00:05] Background Loader: [Skyrim.esm] Start loading or building reference info.
[00:15] Background Loader: still building references...
[00:25] Background Loader: still building references...
[00:33] Background Loader: <Error decompressing [LAND:0000492F]: [EZDecompressionError] Buffer error>
[00:33] Background Loader: Error: unknown record type
[...]
[00:33] Background Loader: Error: unknown record type
[00:33] Background Loader: Error: unknown record type Ä5·
[00:33] Background Loader: Error: unknown record type Ä5·
[00:33] Background Loader: Fatal: <EAccessViolation: Access violation at address 00BAA234 in module 'SSEEdit.exe'. Read of address 21291EA8>
[00:33] Background Loader: [Skyrim.exe] Start loading or building reference info.
[00:33] Background Loader: [Skyrim.exe] Done building reference info.

 

I usually use MO2, but I get the same thing even if I only load Skyrim.esm and starting SSEEdit outside the Mod Organizer. I get the message as admin, having turned of antivir, and using the 4.0.1 version.

I am really at a loss here... as far as I know it started after updating to the new Skyrim version today.

Thanks for any suggestions!


Edited by newusterthree, 21 March 2019 - 04:43 PM.

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#2 Greg

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Posted 21 March 2019 - 06:53 PM

Sharlikran released 4.0.2 a few days ago so you might try this version to see if it fixes the issue. If this does not solve the issue, skyrim.esm may be corrupt so you can delete skyrim.esm, open Steam, and have it validate game data to download a fresh copy.



#3 newusterthree

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Posted 22 March 2019 - 02:35 AM

That was the error! Thanks!


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