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[Skyrim SE] Accidentally skipped a mod during S.T.E.P. v0.3.0b



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#1 darkgreenhorizon

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Posted 02 June 2020 - 06:42 PM

[Skyrim SE]

 

In Step 4, Foundation, Majestic Mountains - Cathedral Concept,  I was supposed to download and install one main file and the Lod Pack for DynDoLod, but I downloaded two main files in error (the main main and lightside main).

 

I just completed Step 5/xLODGen and was about to move on to DynDOLOD. Will you please help confirm the easiest method of fixing this blunder?

 

Here's what I think I should do:

1. Undo the xLODGen part of Step 5

2. Uninstall Better Dynamic Majestic Mountains(Patches)

3. Uninstall one of the two MMCC main files (Foundation)

4. LOOT

5. Install the Lod Pack for DynDoLod (Foundation)

6. Install Better Dynamic Majestic Mountains (Patches)

7. LOOT

8. Redo xLODGen in Step 5

 

Thanks for your help!

 


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#2 TechAngel85

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Posted 03 June 2020 - 11:14 AM

Just uninstall one of the MM files, install the MM LOD file, and then move on to DynDOLOD.

xLODGen is just for terrain so you don't need to redo any of it. There also no need to uninstall and reinstall mods like that while using a mod manager. The manager will take care of your file overwrites automatically (well, WB users may need to Anneal...the others do it automatically).



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Posted 03 June 2020 - 06:09 PM

Just uninstall one of the MM files, install the MM LOD file, and then move on to DynDOLOD.

xLODGen is just for terrain so you don't need to redo any of it. There also no need to uninstall and reinstall mods like that while using a mod manager. The manager will take care of your file overwrites automatically (well, WB users may need to Anneal...the others do it automatically).

That's it? I'm shocked and delighted at the same time! MO2 is practically me-proof. Thank you, TechAngel85, for your guidance. I really appreciate it.


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