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CTD and Freezes, ran LOOT and done any fix I can think of.

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#1 Anacondra

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Posted 18 August 2019 - 11:21 AM

So I was playing Skyrim SE just fine until recently, the problem is the crashing doesn't coincide with the download of any mod, I've ran LOOT, made sure the loadorder.txt file matched MO2, verified integrity of gamefiles, tweaked my gpu settings, and uninstalled every mod I can find that anyone has had installed that has had this issue. I'm still freezing after about 5-15 minutes, I'm not very tech savy and I know everything I know from random google searches so it's possible I may have overlooked something. Every time I get forced back to the mod organizer screen the log at the bottom says lockedorder.txt saved or something like that. I don't honestly know what that means but what I think is the corresponding file only says "# This file was automatically generated by Mod Organizer.", the other .txt files in the same folder all say that with a bunch of other info. Again I don't actually know what I'm talking about, I just noticed that it was different that the other files but I have no idea if that means anything. Sorry if the post is unclear I am not good with English. 


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#2 Greg

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Posted 18 August 2019 - 06:42 PM

This message in the Mod Organizer log is completely normal so you can ignore it. I know you say you've used LOOT to sort the load order, but have you used xEdit to resolve any conflicts in the plugins? Unfortunately, there are about 10,000 different reasons Bethesda games magically crash to desktop that range from out of memory, out of GPU memory, missing meshes, possibly corrupt mesh or texture files, certain conflicts in plugins, and the list goes on.





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