Hair Issues Continued
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It also causes a lot of random CTD, so might help you out. My hair was flying like a kite behind characters lol. Here are before and after shots. Peace
Posted 14 June 2014 - 05:58 PM
Created an account to try to troubleshoot this issue. It's driving me crazy. I installed Skyrim after a long hiatus, worked my way through the STEP project after finally giving it a try. (Not sure why I put things off this long, I've decided that I love STEP.)
I also have an AMD card, and I updated the drivers recently.
Things I have tried:
I first blamed EEO, and ripped it out of the mod list entirely, to no avail, making backups along the way. Then went Xvision, then custom skeletons and supporting mods. Finally I tried:
Taking away EVERY non-Bethesda .esp with the sole exception of Alternate Start, largely just to keep myself from going insane watching the damn starting sequence. I also renamed and moved the textures folder, the meshes folder, the SKSE folder....the problem persists with an (almost) completely vanilla install.
I removed ENB completely, as I did see that fix floating around. It doesn't seem to have anything to do with this problem, as every ENB related file has been deleted.
I went to Steam and reinstalled the game, as I'd cleaned the official files with TESEDIT as per STEP.
I removed my ini files.
I removed my custom game profile in AMD CCC.
At this point I've given up. It's really frustrating for me, as I install everything very carefully and manually, and I've spent a good portion of the last two days testing Requiem, Frostfall, RND, removing mods, etc, only to run into this glitch that is apparently beyond my ability to solve.
Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks! I take solice in the fact that I still have my mod setup backed up.
So now I'm beyond frustrated. I'd tear my hair out if I wasn't bald. I just used a driver cleaner tool from Guru3d to uninstall my current AMD driver in Windows 8.1 Safe Mode, cleaned the registry, restarted, bypassed the (apparently shitty?) auto-detect tool AMD provides and installed the newest drivers specific to my video card then launched Skyrim, expecting to come back and report success. Unfortunately, the issue persists. It's beyond me at this stage what the problem is. AMD cards can't be this shitty, but I believe that I've run out of places to check for problems. I've come back to blaming Skyrim again, but everything seems to be vanilla.
Edited by Harpalus, 14 June 2014 - 06:39 PM.
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